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It took just one bus to the airport (number 78) Thessaloniki airport is busy but efficient. I joined the Whizz air club for €30 as you get discounted flights and offers. I saved €15 on this flight alone so got half my money back and I am sure I will use them again one day as they fly to some great destinations. The takeoff was smooth we swooped steep left, steep right then steeple ft again?? I was going to Budapest but I wondered if the pilot knew that.. The flight ...
... local pate and smoked meats and honeycomb. After showers and packing, we hit the road for the 398km drive to Buda and Pest. Our longest drive of this trip and probably the dullest (scenery wise). Gone are the amazing sheer vertical mountain ranges of the alps that we had been come accustomed to, and hello dry flat plains. We left Austria and crossed the boarder to transit through Slovenia and into Hungry. Occasionally we came across massive fields of sunflowers, but the sun was in ...
... seat reservation to Bratislava for Tuesday morning. I have to say that the escalators in the metro stations are scary especially when you try to get on and off. You have to be very very quick whilst trying not to fall over. I saw a woman who tried to take a picture of a ticket inspector and she almost fell off the escalator! Only her boyfriend stopped her from that. By the station there is a Burger King and I don't think the sign on top of it is big enough. It looks like an ...
... of the war. We walked the streets where the battles were fought.
Going back to the Cathedral, it was used as a Muslim mosque by the Otterman Turks for 150 years and as a horse stable by the Germans and Italians during WW2.
We crossed the river and toured Pesh, lots of marvellous Squares and dominated by the Parliament building which we sent photos through of last night. It ...
... one and I absolutely loved it) and a Lankas (deep fried dough covered in garlic sauce, sour cream and cheese - yum!). For our last day we decided to hire a car. Now Jason had only recently taken up manual car lessons (thanks Hong!), only two in fact, but he was confident that he'd be able to drive it whilst we were here. So being his wife, I had to trust him. We arrived at the car hire company and encountered our first obstacle; Jason left his license ...