Bara Junior Hotel
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... these people were just there to say they were there. I admit, I did the obligatory “tourist in front of a famous sight” but that was mostly because I realized that I had not done it more than twice in the 2 1/2 weeks of traveling. For me, finding the perfect shot or capturing the beauty through my eyes of a city has more take away than a likely horrible picture of myself in front of something that would look so much better without my in front of it. The days ...
After Chamonix I ducked down to Toulon which was nice enough but I just slept a night and moved on as I felt time catching up with me a little. Next stop was Florence and again I felt I needed to get moving so just stayed a night and got on the road in the morning.
I had advertised my trip from Florence to Rome on a website called Bla Bla Car. Basically people with cars that have spare seats advertise those seats on their journey for a price get paying ...
... me. To be fair also, I was feeling quite tired during the tour. Fortunately, it wasn't the longest if tours and soon enough we were on our way again. This time we decided to continue north along the Danube and cross over to the Buda side and see most of the sites there. Buda is supposed to be the pretty side, and it definitely is. Budapest is a city that came about by the amalgamation of two earlier cities on opposite banks of the river, Buda and Pest. Buda was a land of royalty and ...
... and happy, there were no signs of distress at being surrounded by such a large crowd, if anything the tigers looked bored. The most spectacular performance however was the acrobat, he did his entire performance without a wire or any safety equipment. After the circus we headed into the city for some dinner and then back to the hostel to pack our things ready for an early morning train the next day. Goodbye Budapest! ...
... muffins, and orange juice at Tescos. Then had a meal at the restaurant in the station as they also accepted Visa. I had ground veal in a pancake with paprika sauce and Bryan had chicken kiev. Not bad but not brilliant. Finished our waiting in the Business Lounge - the platform came up on the screen in there before it did in the station proper. The girl who'd greeted us was still there. A long day for her.
Had to walk the ...