Casa Sol Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
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... music, including (one more time) the Beautiful Blue Danube. We were on the top deck and it was blustery cold, but couldn't tear ourselves away - one of our travel mates said she felt like she was in the movie, Dr. Zhivago. Not far from the truth - old country feeling, cold, but no snow, of course. Tomorrow night the boat will reposition back to the city center so we will reverse the commentary and enjoy the cruise one more time. It can't get old, ...
... dead or stuffy or museum-like, but still alive and vibrant, with good-looking young people whizzing around everywhere on their bikes, or sitting in the beer gardens drinking and arguing. It's very invigorating. After marvelling at Melk, we carried on down the Wachau Valley, which is one of the most beautiful areas along the Danube - in fact it is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. More incredible castles viewed from the top deck, glass of champagne in hand. What a life. ...
... the Chain bridge where we went to the royal palace filled with beautiful gardens and fountains, Matthias church and the fisherman bastion. The views up there were breathtaking and the photos will never do it justice. Throughout the tour I kept telling Sophie how much I loved the city, however she has no recollection of anything that happened before 3pm (including the entirety of the tour), she really wasn't in a good way! The two Sophie's, Alex and ...
Time for the monthly Fulbright adventure. This one was scheduled as a morning at the Liszt Music Academy in Budapest, and as it did not sound all that interesting for the boys, they stayed in Godollo with Laura. I got up and took an early train into the city, and demonstrated my skills by negotiating the metro, street cars and city streets to arrive about 15 minutes early. As I arrived, Jason, another of the Fulbright Scholars who did orientation with us ...
... were. So we guessed and walked fifteen minutes through some woods, but then ended up at a road and walked back. In the end we went to the shop and bought a pastry (Hungarian pastries are mysterious and tasty!) and some juice and waited for the next train. This caused some confusion with the young girl guard as it turned out you can't break your journey, so we had to buy an entire new pair of tickets at the same price, as it's a fixed price no ...