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Boarded a bus for city sightseeing tour, taking in Heroes Square, Buda Castle Hill and Gellert Hill. From Castle Hill and Gellert Hill we got to see some beautiful views of Budapest and the Danube. Luv Budapest.
Back aboard the Jewel for lunch and anchors up - we set sail for Vienna. 23 hours cruising along the banks of the Danube. Later that night we got dressed up (well not everyone) for the Captain's Welcome Cocktail Reception (where ...
... we got our tickets, we headed to the House of Terror. An interesting display of stories and history of the atrocities that occurred in that very house, against the people, by both the Nazies and Soviets.
For lunch I had a pork and bean soup, it was okay, N had the Gypsy style pork steak, which was good.
The tour of parliament was amazing. The building is just as beautiful inside as it is on the outside.
Budapest was great. Next stop Vienna.
... a walking tour with a local guide and ended in front of none other than St. Steven's Cathedral. Though the primary shopping is closed on Sundays in all of Europe, some tourist shops were open including one lovely little art shoppe where we purchased a silk scarf and earrings for me. We stopped for a local beer and some photo opportunities, then had our delicious cafe und kakke at still another spot before returning to the ship. We are scheduled to sail at 1530. ...
... views across the hills and the winding Danube below. We could have got a bus or taxi, but what’s the fun in that!!? We were glad we did it after the fact, and had some well-earned beers while we waited for the ferry back to Budapest, and the leisurely trip back.
As I mentioned, Hungary really isn’t known for its gourmet food, and the meals we’d had out were already pretty ordinary….. until the last day!! We had been eyeing off this one place that ...
... cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with the worlds largest thermal water cave system, second largest synagogue and third largest Parliament building. It really is a very popular place to visit because of all this and since it is so relatively cheap compared to other European cities as they do not use the Euro.
I walked across the Chain Bridge to the Buda side, offering my soup to an old beggar woman on the way (one of the 3 beggars I saw ...