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... channel. Every five minutes or so, water would be forced trough the channel, people would wade in, and then be swept around the circle again and again, trying to stay on their feet by bouncing along. It was fun to watch people laughing hysterically as they flew through the water, especially some large older British ladies, and an Italian mother who was trying in vain to exit the channel only to be swept around again, while her daughters laughed and laughed. Yes, we tried it out, ...
... old buildings etc. After tea we had a boat ride to see the lights of the town and it looked like a fairy tale, the cameras couldn't do it justice. We think a lot better than Paris. Our trip on the boat has come to an end, sad in some ways and been with people for nearly a month and had a great time but looking forward to our last week with Bill and Di, plus doing as we please instead of what's ...
... the hostel which was really funky but the service was rubbish so it took ages to get our food and when we did it was cold which was disappointing. The others went to find cocktails and dessert while Simon and I went to find a money exchange because when we arrived he went to withdraw 25000 out of the ATM and accidentally got 250000 and needed it changed back into Euro. Back at the hostel I packed my bag and chatted to my roommate Michelle for a bit before heading off to ...
... and caught the blue bus back to the Pest sides of the River. A walk along the River brought us to the Shoe Memorial in honor of the Jewish people killed by the Secret police at that spot in the river in 1944-45. The rest of the afternoon we relaxed in the thermal pools at the Szechenyl Baths. Dinner was at an outdoor cafe near the hotel followed by dessert, coffee, and people-watching at a coffee ...
... longer to get downtown. I wonder if this is a new line that just opened. Or maybe I just have a bad memory. From N.M, I transferred to line 6 for one stop to Cuatro Caminos, then finally got to line 1, which I could take to Atocha Renfe. I was walking up escalators, dodging around slow-walking pedestrians and in general attempting to get to Atocha as quickly as possible. The metros generally were good to me – I never had to wait for a metro more than two ...