Blue Danube Hostel
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... Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov with which to start. He talked about an Italian comic book which I will try to find, sounds interesting. Slept most of the way, read journals. At our WC stop, we had to pay 0,50€ to enter the WC, but you could use your receipt towards any purchase. We bought a small bag of pretzel sticks. The weather was heavy rain/no rain/light rain, whatever. Today is the day for rain while you are traveling on the bus. ...
... and unfortunately pack our bags as our cruise ends on Saturday the 4th.
Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the Danube with the amalgamation in 1873 of right-bank Budapest and Obuda with Pest on the left bank, Budapest is the capital city of Hungary with a population of almost 2 million inhabitants.
We begin our tour around Budapest hearing about the checkered history surrounding Hungary.
... vibe with the steam coming off the water. They had a 90 degrees sauna, we stayed in there for 10-15 mins twice and followed each with a jump in an ice bath. It felt really good! Before leaving we tried out the 40 degrees bath inside which was decked out like an old Roman bath. We got back to the room super dehydrated as we ha sweated so much. We caught a tram to the Fishermans Bastion to see Parliament House, which is made with gothic architecture and was lit up over the ...
... 39 minute or so wait I inadvertently picked up the job as unpaid cost hanger attendant as well as showing people how to use their wrist straps to get in and out of the baths. I was getting into the role when Steven emerged and we headed back to the station for his 8pm Berlin train. We went via the impressive parliament building outside which was a less impressive right wing demonstration in progress. We just have to hope we don't feature in any BBC ...
... its more common name from King Matthias, who ruled from 1458-90, who was a well-known patron of the arts and enlightenment. He was revered for reconstructing the Hungarian state after years upon years of feudal anarchy.
The rain stopped and we were back onto the bus, off to visit another beautifully adorned church, St. Stephen's Basilica. Fifty years in the making, the Basilica of St. Stephen is Budapest's ...