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... roman baths were like. We sat for few minutes in the medicinal bath but felt no different.
The sun was just setting as we left and the heat rising from the pools created great colours. Felt good to be bundled up in our warm clothes after the very cold air which got a lot cooler when the sun set. On the way to the tram station, I asked if we could make a detour to go and see the largest hourglass in the world which is called the Timewheel. It is ...
... the architecture, and a flood that had devastated the city. They moved on again before Darren was back, so I watched the direction they walked again, then we caught up just as they were about to go to the next stop. We walked past the massive St Stephens Basilica, then down to the river again. There we got a bit of information about local cuisine, and she showed us a few pictures of the food. (Note to self: must try langos!) Next we got a little language lesson, where we learnt ...
... Chain. Bridge, climbed Castle Hill, saw the Matthias Church, the Fisherman Bastion, and parliament from a distance. On our way out of Budapest we stopped at a park of Soviet statues. After the communist era, they collected all to he Soviet statues around town and put them in a park on the outskirts of town. Our next stop was at Lake Balaton. It was a little chilly and out stop here was only an hour so I did not ...
... left- they are now smothered in random dirt and tar-stains with the occasional smear of sauce), which over-looked the city's jagged rooftops and gleaming blue river.
On our way to lunch, we stopped to see the memorial for Hungarian Jews murdered in WWII, which took the form of metal casts of their shoes left by the river bank before they were deported to the concentration camps. It struck me how we'd traveled so far, yet still saw the marks left behind ...
... some of the historic buildings take on a new light.
Then this morning, we slept in again and the went for a bit of a wander down some of the main shopping streets and generally had a pretty quiet day. Got a late hotel check out (2 pm) and so basically relaxed until it was close to time to meet to get on the boat.
Boarded the boat around 4 pm. As it turns out, the boat only commenced it's trips 8 weeks ago...I.e. it has just finished ...
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