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After dinner I scoured the area trying to find an ATM machine so that I could get enough cash to pay my hotel bill. For a major shopping and commercial area, the lack of ATM’s seemed a bit odd. The machine in the courtyard across from the hotel was still out of service, but I finally located another one beside the front entrance of Hotel Bristol on the next street over.
When I returned to the hotel, I paid my bill and asked the clerk ...
... felt like she was going to pass out.
We collected ourselves, made a quick run through, stopping occasionally, but not lingering, at various pieces, then made our way back. We trekked back toward our hotel, found a Billa grocery store along the way, collected our picnic items, and picnicked in our air conditioned room once more.
During siesta, Mark suggested to Cheryl that they skip Budapest. We were scheduled to be there July ...
... people that they were fully booked for the next few hours.
Feeling lost and hungry we then wandered the streets and decided on a nice little café. The service was terrible. After waiting over 5 minutes to be acknowledged we then waited 15 minutes for our food. We then had to wait over 30 minutes after finishing to get the bail (No tip was left). We then wander around admiring the city and its buildings for an hour until our pickup.
Once reunited with the group ...
... in the US trying to improve them. A very impressive guy full of stories. The bus journey to Prague was by far our best yet. We'd own the bus lottery. The bus had leather seats, plug sockets, free wifi, screens on the pack of seats equipped with games, about 50 films and a selection of tv programmes (including friends), free hot drinks and a selection of free magazines, none of them in English unfortunately. The next 5 and a half hours past far too quickly for my ...
After leaving this palace we cycled over to the Sisi Museum which was the home of the Emperess Elizabeth who led an inetresting live and did not like her regal role and was some what oif a rebel.
Great exhibit followed by a look at how she and her family lived.
Finally we stopped by the home and now museum of Sigmunf Freud and also we found the childhood home Max Gross, father of Francine VanScoyc who is a member of ...