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... the car gate, so our departure efficiency is getting better. We still walk with the boys into the school, but they don't really look back as they head into their classrooms. The ice slides are gone in the play yard, but Blake and his posse still found some good mud by afternoon. Sam's classmates seem to stay inside more, though it might be in part that many of them seem to be involved with the drama program - that might be a bit much for our limited (though ...
... felt like -8 (!!!!!) I said goodbye to the guide and found my way to the nearest appealing restaurant. Here I enjoyed a most delicious cheese and mushroom filo pastry and wine before taking a stroll back along the Danube towards my hostel. Taking in the most beautiful views around me.
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... citadel, we didn't go inside but that was not the purpose, the citadel sits atop the highest point in Budapest and gives a fantastic outlook over the city with it's many domes as well as it's bridges crossing the majestic river.
After the citadel we made our way back towards the river and home where it was time to grab our togs and head to a Budapest highlight of the hot baths.
Getting to the baths is an incredibly easy prospect on the underground which is ...
... an community bus is back! Been awhile! Then hit an all you can eat an drink dinner.. So into another messy night. By this stage it's been raining a couple days so the campground is a swamp with tents floating an ankle deep mud so next day we hit a thermal water park all day. But better than waivers, top 50 in Europe they claim. Chilled night an off to krakow in Poland in the ...
We're on the train to Budapest – an Austrian train, a RailJet, which is very comfortable and so I am able to catch up with what we’ve been doing in the last few days.
The Wachau Valley is famous for its vines and wines, beautiful villages, stunning scenery and easy bike trails. The latter was incentive enough to book a day trip along part of the valley by bike. Our small group of eight met our guide, an Australian who has been in ...