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Day 4 of Budapest: I woke up today and went to their little market, it was a lot of fun and there were a lot of different fruits and veggies. I got a list from the guide the day before about the food that are must haves and I had this thing called a Langos, let me tell ya something, the USA needs to have these soon! It was delicious. It is a Frisbee size dough that is deep fried with sour cream, cheese and garlic on top. You can also put other veggies and meats on it too. I ...
... pools, but the beauty lies within the water. As Budapest is situated next to mineral filled mountains, it has had access to different therapeutic waters to bathe in. Normally, as in most cases you would have to go to the source of these special waters to really get the benefits, but some crafty little person back in the day decided to pump that clear gold straight into the main city and many establishments have benefitted since. Overall, Budapest has around 15 public pools ...
... Entry is by 'donation’ and Dave emptied all the coins he has collected during this trip into the metal donation box. It sounded like someone had hit the jackpot in a casino as the clang of the coins reverberated off the walls of the marble church. And like the slots paying off, Dave trickled his coins into the box. It seemed to last a really long time. The young priest standing there nodded and said ‘thank ...
... Everything is so elaborate, government buildings included. We are not here for very long which is a shame as there is so much to see. In the short time we have been here we have encountered a bike race (some roads closed), a run (some roads closed) and a demonstration by the extreme right - all within 18 hours! I have even managed to do some shopping. The boat is fine and our numbers have increased (120 passengers). Met a couple of other Canadians. Food ...
... cabbage and sausage on rice, playing ******** with Alex and the Aussies until Alex quit because we weren't being ********y enough to each other (seriously he stormed out when he thought I was taking it easy on one of the girls, saying "the name of the game is ********, not Be nice to everybody!"), then after playing cards for a couple hours we went and ate midnight döner Kebabs with the slightly drunk by this time ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility