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... from the other side of the table. Shaun handles it well, he walks away. This guys girlfriend meanwhile decides to come ask me about my heritage. "Where are you from?"
"Australia" I reply, I turn my back on her. She continues unabated "but where specifically?"
"Perth, what the **** does it matter if I'm from Sri Lanka?" I snap back, considering hitting her as well (not really I'd never hit a girl). She misses the point and continues "I can tell you're not Sri ...
... of bought the right tickets but didn't see a ticket inspector for either journey. The baths were lovely. Not the ones I had wanted to go to but still really good. There was a huge selection of different temperature pools and saunas (including a whirlpool in one of the pools). Had fun sweating it out in the 80-100 degree sauna (I kid you not!!) before diving into the 16 degree plunge pool (sounds warm but is definitely not!!). We were the last ones in our group to leave - and ...
... chain bridge back to the Pest part. Pest offers a more vibrant, on the go feel compared to the calm and relaxed Buda area. I loved both parts for different reasons. Some notable sights in Pest were the basilica and the amazing gelato place! See insert. All of Buda and Pest are so grand and exquisite with many beautiful bridges and breathtaking architecture. I have to say it is one of my favourite cities I've visited in Europe, despite the run in with the ...
... restaurant round the corner from the hotel for dinner - we got good steaks and there was live jazz music on which was nice! We decided to get a pudding here and opted for chocolate pancakes - when they arrived the waitress poured rum over them and set them alight! They were pretty tasty though.
Day 2 - We got the metro across the river and viewed the Parliament building from across the Danube. It's a ...
... a bathtub and a seat made of part of a car. I'll have to find out number one and two best pubs in the world are. This will take some beating. A beer costs about 600 Forint. I managed to get about 330 Forint, to the pound. Later, there's loud Hungarian music coming from the pub below my room. I figure it's better to sit in the bar and have a listen, rather than be kept awake. The final day in Hungry I go for a run around the ...