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... We rode past vines which were planted up the terraced slopes; dry stone terraces which had been there for hundreds of years. To our right vines, to our left the Danube. The Wachau is a UNESCO World Heritage site today.
The Danube was very fast flowing and it was interesting to see so many barges travelling up and down. Several of these barges were very long and very, very low. Apparently they can carry sand, soil, grain, cement and oil among ...
... no money, so I searched for an ATM nearby. Even better, I didn't know the exchange rate, so I took out randomly 1000 florints, but that is only 5$...no going to far with that. So there is a lesson for future Jeremy: Please look at both the exchange rate in the country you visit and PRINT the directions to your hostel. Anyways, I hopped on the train, got out in a busy area and found some wifi that got me directions for my party hostel.
Because yep, I chose ...
... rain has stopped, so its time to see more sights. Such a pretty city by night as all along the Danube the Castle precinct is all light up, looks amazing. The Chain bridge is another wonderful sight all light up. St Stephens Basilica is the surprise when one walks inside. Words cannot begin to describe its beauty and the attention to detail.
I have covered a lot of ground walking and subway, and am very impressed with what i have seen. The city is very clean and tidy ...
... usual suspects are represented here which is of less interest to me than more unusual shops and buildings not found in every high street. I crossed the Danube to the western side called Buda , the Eastern is....Pest, via the Chain Bridge (think Hammersmith bridge but bigger) and then cycled north along the riverside. Lunch was some bread and cold meat sat in a square before I carried on exploring Castle Hill which ...
... up so that you could feel the emotions too. In the basement they had reconstructed the cells that they would put prisoners in, and all through the museum there were videos of people recalling what it was like, even people that had been in the condemned cells! We weren't allowed pictures, but I would suggest anyone going to Budapest to go there! It is the one museum worth seeing. Max headed across the river, I went to a cafe to meet ...
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