Budapest Panorama Central
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... at a Lock. It is a surprisingly smooth ride, which is a relief, as some of the reviews called it "teeth chattering". Their experience will clearly not be ours :) Cruising down the river, we have passed Hainburg, Devin Castle, Bratislava Castle, and have just landed at Lock Gabcikovo. Thirty minutes at this lock too, this time to drop down 18 metres of water. Fascinating way to ...
... if the synagogues were closed. It started to get very hot, so we took refuge in a Jewish bakery and sustained ourselves with incredible baked goods for such good prices- I can't live here, I'd get soooo fat. This area is an emerging hot spot for nightlife, full of ruin bars. These are bars established by young people in their 30's in ramshackle buildings, furnished and decorated with founds scraps of furniture, scaffolding, lighting, you name it. Of course it was dead ...
... decided that it would be a perfect place to eat our cheese sandwiches. I love love love to swing. I could do it for hours. It was so nice to be on a swing again and go really high. I did not even care that it was cold out. I reluctantly got off the swing when John mentioned that we should keep going so we could see more.
Back on the Pest side we walked past the massive Parliament building. We could not get close to it because of the construction. I think they were redoing ...
... many are a little tired looking.
One of the advantages of home exchanging is that you get some inside knowledge Our host suggested we head the next day to the park where the famous Szechenyi hot pools were- not to visit the pools, but because there was a special fair on, celebrating the huge (and presumably famous in Hungary) bulls, where we would be able to eat every part of the bull. Sounds horri-bull, doesn't it?
The fair was lovely ...
... and Kirk helped orient us to how things were done and where different baths were located.
We lasted about 90 minutes at the baths and then were back on the metro going to the apartment. We were going to rest for a few hours and then meet up with Kirk again for dinner. We had a great dinner at a place recommended by Kirk. It was a perfect ending to a very relaxing day.
We had been to a bath the day before but we had been ...