BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Ambra
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... the tower was spectacular. One could see all the way back to the parliament building on the Danube. Spectacular!!!
After we took the stairs down we had a leisurely ride on the chair lift down to the bottom of the hill, now that is the way to travel, up and down! The views were spectacular and scenic and it was SO peaceful and relaxing.
... of Germany, Austria and The Czech Republic at the confluence of 3 rivers. We were to travel through 4 countries on the cruise....Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary.
We headed off at 5 pm, little did we know that we had 11 locks to go through on our journey, the largest being a drop ( or rise if coming upstream) of almost 20 meters! The locks were large and could hold up to 4 large cruise vessels. The water level changed incredibly fast considering the volume ...
... seeing a road sign that indicated the right path. No death toll to report, but it was close! On the plus side all that walking around meant we stumbled upon a group of sisters using the wheeled literature carts to witness at a bus station. We were so excited to see friends and I got a great picture of them with Brittany and Chelsea. Unfortunately they spoke only a few words of English (a common problem we've had here) so we didn't get to talk much. I think what ...
... used to be the cheap part of town but is now the 'cool' part of town. First we stopped off to have our money changed over to Hungarian Forints which was a little dodgy as we had heard/read so much about shady exchange places. It all ended up fine and actually worked out to be the best one/cheapest we found the whole time!
Onwards for dinner, we went into basically the first place we saw and it ended up being a brilliant decision. We were the only non-locals in there but ...
... picked out in floodlights. The general effect, with graceful suspension bridges illuminated by tiny lights, faintly reflected in the river...reminded me inevitably of a fairy city. [S]he who enters Budapest by night will never, never forget it." It's fair to say I fell in love with this city the moment I saw it from the Danube, but it had even more treasures in store for me by day.
The Buda Castle towering over us was even more impressive in the light of day. ...