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... one, displaying the remnants of the Communist era. This is, perhaps, because I have a better grasp of this time in history. I kept looking for my family crest... but didn't find it. I'm sure our crown is there, Sarolta. You will have to come back with me and we will search for it together. The hotel allowed a one hour late check-out, so we were on our way to Keleti for our direct train to Ljubljana via Metro 4 (brand spanking newly opened in the last few months) by 1 o'clock. ...
... too many of the 1 litre happy hour beers (happy hour goes from midday to 6pm!) for HUF 590 (less than $3) each!! Even outside happy hour the beers were only HUF 300 ($1.40 extra). We loved Budapest already!
Budapest was another city I had visited with mum, Em and Jessica on the last trip, but somehow it didn’t hold quite the same affinity for me as Vienna. It didn’t help that we started this visit similarly to last time when we had left one of our bags at the ...
... a direction and the name 'Oo' street, he refused to give us more info as we had no intention of taking the taxi, again staying somewhat within a budget, so we headed in that direction with no map and no idea where this 'Oo' street was. After a couple kilometer trek we eventually found a hostel, not the one we were looking for, and were able to lock our stuff up and hit the town. Our first move was to cross the Chain Bridge, appropriately named (Budapest also has the Green ...
After our horse tour on the outskirts of Budapest had finished we were taken to our home for next 10 nights - The Avalon Impression. It is only its 4th cruise, so a rather new boat!
Our first impression was a rather good impression -don't you just like that word!
Interesting Fact (IF) Avalon sell boats after 7 years.
After a mandatory Heath & Safety briefing we set sail for Vienna (Wein) at 6pm Wednesday 7th.
There are ...
... We also shared a Goulash soup which came in a Bread roll instead of a bowl all washed down with a few nice beers in the sunshine!
That night we wanted to go and check out some of the local 'Ruin' bars that we had heard about first of all we had a lovely dinner at Menza (recommended to us by our friend Anna). The food was delicious and it was quite entertaining as we were sat near a table of Brits and one of the guys was rather drunk and obnoxious and ended ...