Origo Hostel & Guesthouse
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... camp for warm tea and internet. It gave me time to look at photos and recap so far. Lots of smiles at the memories.
We are bunkered down for the night and will eat in and drink some wine. Technically we are far from snowed in but it is too cold to venture out and it is an opportunity to relax...Things could be worse.
Big night last night! We didn't get to bed till about 1:00 drinking Tatra tea which was the locally made spirits in the Tatra mountains (it ranges from 22 - 92% alcohol) with our group leader and a couple of mates from the tour . We were up bright and early to get our private van to Budapest another 6 hours on the road. We got there just after 2:00pm we were all starving from the ride so we went to a Hungarian restaurant inside a huge ...
... Later that night, food poising kicked in. :(
So that left my last day in Budapest with me laying around in my dreary apartment sick. As with any travel, there are highlights and lowlights… This was not a highlight.
From here, I head to Bratislava in Slovakia. Note: For photos of Budapest, click here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk1ABkMx
... they will remember it for a long time... yet will be hard pressed to remember the guy up the pole in the famous square we went to see today....).
We are not into embroidery (or anything needle related), yet had to admire the ladies in the market sitting patiently doing amazingly pretty embroidery - tables clothes, blouse/shirts and the likes... we stopped and the kids watched the one particularly nice lady show them ...
... take us to the major sights.
The open-air bus afforded expansive views of the landmarks such as the St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Hungarian Parliament, and Heroes Square. We hopped off at the Great Synagogue that is the second largest active synagogue in Europe.
We paid respects at the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park behind the synagogue where the beautifully haunting Emanuel Tree, a sculpture that resembles ...