Budapest Central Apartments
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... br> Our captain gave a bit of a talk because our dinner was the Captain's Farewell. The first leg of this double cruise ends on Monday in Budapest, so there is a farewell dinner. On Monday night we will get another Captain's Welcome dinner, as we did when we first boarded. There are 41 of our current group getting off in Budapest, and 41 new people joining us there to go on the second cruise all the way to the Black Sea.
The Captain shared that the Danube, which ...
... the old town. Our Bratislavan guide was a university student, and full of funny stories about life under communism (not that he was old enough to have experienced it). Everyone used to drive Skodas, which in those days were made with 40 year old technology so were old rattle-traps which belched smoke and broke down regularly. Once the wall came down they were worth practically nothing, of course, so people would joke about doubling the value of their car by filling it with petrol. ...
... city (also appropriate) - looking across the Danube at the Buda ( not to be confused with Budda ) side. Our boat guide seemed to think the two sides were conjoined by the Chain Bridge somewhere during the 1800's but with the language barrier and her general indifference for history, I won't be quoting her on that. We boated by gorgeous sites including the Parliament Building, Buda Palace and the Citadel statue up high on the Buda side lit by a spectacular orange ...
... underground to the thermal baths which are a big tradition here in Hungary. The gigantic outdoor swimming pools were amazing, the water was so hot and it was really lovely just to sit and relax in them for a couple of hours. By the time we got out it was around 8:30pm and I was in serious need of food, I cannot even begin to tell you how grumpy I was! Fortunately it didn't take too long to get food which lifted my mood a considerable amount before bed ...
... lesson. Doesn't sound like it would be that exciting, but it was impressive to watch. There were two students, a young Hungarian who had been training since a small child and was in his first year of the official program, and a Japanese woman (Japan is the largest source of international students at the academy) working on her degree as a piano soloist. They were both technically flawless (or at least as best as I can tell), but the lesson focused ...