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... the bridge before you've eaten; you find a Gellert Cafe for evening dining on the terrace and finally you can take a breath. And you can take a breath after reading that. That's exactly how it felt on my first afternoon here! Had a lovely and relaxing dinner doing just that. Taking my breath. Walking back across the Liberty Bridge was breathtaking. It was sunset time and the Danube showed itself in fine form. Ahhhh, the first day and already I've packed a lot in without intending ...
... 8217; Champ-Elysees and New York’s Broadway).
I promised myself a good foot soaking after all the walking in Istanbul, so I made a Sofitel Spa appointment to get the ultimate foot massage. I had a good nap while the masseuse scrubbed seasalt on my legs and feet and then massaged them. It was a sad occasion when I had to leave the masseuse behind, but I was happy to meet up with my friends for Happy Hour!
So, the saga of the residence permit, now that the paperwork is finally in I can try to rehash the process without getting too stressed about it. It of course started before we left for Hungary with a detailed set of instructions and the advice that we should not start the process before arriving. I was also warned to bring original versions of the boys birth certificates and our marriage license, as well as passport photos for everyone (that involved a long evening ...
... caves under the hill), to Mathews Church and the Fisherman's Bastion - the part of the wall assigned to the Fishman's guild to protect (which of course looks down on the Danube River and all of Pest). Then with our cold, tired and hungry boys we made it to 21 Hungarian restaurant, where there were many toasts and lots of very good food. The taxi ride back to the hotel was pretty quiet, and everyone went to bed pretty quickly and very satisfied.
... 8230; pricey experience but simply a must-do when in Budapest. Inside was a complete rabbit warren of trying to find the lockers… then the baths. Most people are pretty free with their nudity over here (apparently) so it was just a case of strip off and suit up in a hallway with a squillion other people, (made for a funny event when later on Trys went looking for a loo and waltzed right into the ladies locker wing.) ...