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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Jews were lined up and told to remove their shoes before they were shot into the river during WWII. Of course that night we did a different market and ate more traditional Hungarian food (deep fried dough with garlic and cheese) and hot strawberry wine and bought more gifts. Sadly this is the end of my Budapest story but I will definitely be back here, maybe in the summer to see a different side of it but I love Budapest! Now off to ...
... squares & parks. The normal tourist activities. Up to this part of the trip everything is was as planned; then we took the train to Budapest Hungary & the adventure started: the train was late, we got on & settled, then we were told that only the first cars were going to Budapest & not the one we were riding on. After a mad dash (amazing race style) we got to the right ...
... ice bath straight after though.
After the bath houses everyone headed back to the hostel to freshen up. Gemma and I went out for dinner to a Hummus restaurant and I had chicken with hummus and a cauliflower salad. We met Amy and Bec and had a few drinks with them. Eventually we found Emma and Lauren and went out to Instant with them for a lot of dancing. Afterwards we ran back to the hostel in an absolute downpour and said goodbye to everyone from our Busabout ...
... would be out on their highway runs, ready to grab you for doing excess.. Over here that nanny state mentality doesn't apply and again, it just works.. We decided to break up the 175km journey and just picked one of the little towns..Tatabanya was chosen and off the main highway we went, into what was a very nice, peaceful little spot. Matt skilfully directed us to some lakes and an apparent back road that would get us to Budapest. We followed it until the road kind of stopped being ...
... the building was turned into a Mosque. It was lovingly restored in the past century to it original glory.
After our tour we came back to the ship for lunch and headed into town for some last minute shopping before we set sail this evening. We found a shop that made the most beautiful hand cut crystal and splurged for a set of 4 glasses in different colors of ...