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... 12md for Budapest.
We enjoyed another wonderful lunch and then following lunch we had a tour of the Wheelhouse, to see how the captin navigates the ship and to see the various consoles.
Then at 3:30 we had a live demonstration of making traditional apple strudel, which of course we got to enjoy this delicacy.
The day was spent mostly cruising to Budapest with views of the following villages or towns.
We passed through the ...
... 237;k hill in the lower Carpathian Mountains, overlooking the city. Built in 1975 it now houses a restaurant with amazing views over eastern Slovakia. Bratislava is the capital and largest city of the country of Slovakia. It lies in the far west of the country on the banks of the Danube river, which winds its way eastwards through Europe from Germany to the Danube delta in Romania, emptying into the Black Sea. As with many cities in Central Europe, there have been settlements on ...
... that occupied the castle area over the centuries. Other than a nice view of the Danube, there isn't a whole lot to see.
The ruins don't take that long to walk around. The modern art is interesting and very out-of-place, but they aren't the kind of pieces that you stare at for a long time to try to figure out. Basically, from the time I arrived, walked around Devin, saw the castle, and learned a bit from the reenactors, it was an hour, ...
... ways, but with plans to meet back up at my place to watch the World Cup game at nine. I went to the store for some snack and then to Bible study. At nine fifteen, I was blissfully happy cooking (with Marjenka's help) for the four hungry guys in my house. Although no one scored, I would gladly do it all again. It was great to be able to introduce Europeans to that famous Southern hospitality. I had two kinds of sausage, two ...
We had a little bit of trouble with getting here but once we arrived, everything was fine (we can't seem to ever have a weekend without some travel issue..).
Our first night there we met several nice people. Two from Germany, one from Israel, and one from Mexico whom we went out with to some hidden local club. It was certainly a cultural experience. The next morning/afternoon we celebrated easter with a meal together. The town ...