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... professional dancers from the ballet did the lesson to show how to do the Vienna Waltz Sunday 12th July Arrived in Budapest around 8.30am ready for another big day and the last day on the ship. Bus trip up to Castle Hill and yet another Cathedral which has a magnificent roof as in photo. fabulous view of their Parliament House truly beautiful building. Hero's Square and Varosliger the adjoins park were created at the end of the 19th century to ...
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of the right colonnade
facing end of the right colonnade is a female figure in a chariot holding a
palm frond representing Peace. In the corresponding position on the top of
right colonnade is a statue of a man ...
... be on the fly. Then as more parents started to arrive, they lined up to introduce themselves to me. Don't know that I will remember any of the names, and that still only covered the few parents there on-time and early - many of them continued to wander in well after the start time.
They had two moms sit by me to help translate, but they really only checked in occasionally to see if I had some idea of what was going on. ...
... in Budapest, especially for goulash. We got a langos, which is fried dough with whatever toppings you want (very similar to a Beaver Tail in Canada) and we tried the hot wine that was for sale everywhere; both were delicious! We fit a lot into two and a half days, but we never felt rushed. It was a perfect weekend, and we have begun a perfect week in Dublin! Sending all our love, Rachael and Michael P.S. I love reading all of your comments, you guys are the best! ...
... Austrians just don't rush. Walking down the street from Keleti, though, in a visibly grittier and grimier city, there was plenty of rushing going on, but that suited me: it was 9.55 a.m. and I had to locate the guest house, leave my bags, hurry across town to the opera house, find an atm to get some local currency with which to buy some much-needed caffeine, go the loo and be in my seat for the 11am performance of La Boheme... whew! I just made ...