Budapest Museum Central
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We got up this morning and took an hour walk before checking out. Our driver, Pulai, picked us up right on time at 11:00. He had his 8 year old son with him. He was cute but understandably quiet. Bonnie gave him some US coins and he seemed delighted. We got on the Viking Baldur and all we can say is WOW. Service, food (and beverages) exceed what we have experienced on other cruises. Then, talk about a small world. There ...
A little left...or right....of left...or right...That's sometimes how it felt traveling in Eastern Europe. When I was a little girl, we would go and visit my Grandmother in Winnipeg. Upon arriving at 96 Lenore Street, the first thing you’d do is knock on Grannie Annie's front door, which was the door to the porch. And that porch...was ....a wonder. She’d never hear you knocking....so after a bit you’d open the white paint peeling creaky wooden door and ...
... squares from the confines of their indoor areas, buskers appeared from everywhere and music of all sorts could be enjoyed for free or just a few HUF.
Now to the HUF. By the end of four days I still hadn’t mastered the HUFs and when we went to buy a couple of groceries yesterday, ok another bottle of red wine, I literally put all the HUF in the palm of my hand and held it out so that the cashier could take what I owed. The coins are ...
... around the park for about an hour, coming across several statues, including a memorial statue of George Washington, with an inscription reading "In Honor of the Hungarians of America". Around this time we became hungry and decided to stop by a restaurant several blocks away, where we enjoyed a beautifully-prepared three course Hungarian meal and some wine. Full and tired, we made it back to the hotel around 4 o'clock for a ...
Next stop Fraueninsel. On the first two weekends of advent, Fraueninsel the small island on the Chiemsee, holds it's own Christkindlmarkt. The islands are always a nice place to take visitors.
First we all took a stroll around Herreninsel, the larger island where the palace is situated, before heading over on the ferry to the main attraction, the Christkindlmarkt. I don't think I have ever seen the ferry so busy. I have to say we were warned that the market is ...