City Hotel Pilvax
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... thought I would have a bit of a nap before returning to see the night life. On returning to the campsite there was another tent set up but no owner. As soon as I was in the sleeping bag I was a sleep and did wake up until gone 10 so I thought I obviously needed the rest so rolled over and went back to ...
... but of course they poured us wine and sodas for the boys as soon as we walked in and turned on Hungarian cartoons for the boys. We need to learn more vocabulary, but we managed to have some conversation. We finally managed to slip away (after they filled a bag with fruit for Blake and walked us back across the yard) so the boys could eat, do homework and take showers before bed. Now it has gotten late again, but it was a good day. ...
... cafes in Stephansplatz.
The weather in Vienna the last few days has been very mild and we have been lucky to have been able to sit out on our balcony and have dinner in the evenings. Such a treat, eating delicious food and drinking delicious wine whilst looking out over this most beautiful city.
Sadly Maree and Jeff had to leave Vienna on Sunday to head towards home but at least they have three days in Hong Kong to get used to the idea. ...
... showed up, and we decided to attempt the pub crawl once more. We had a quick dinner, then Elle and I dragged the boys to the meeting place. Once again, there were no people standing around in orange shirts, as advertised. We all split up to suss it out I stayed outside the church, and just before I was about to give up, I heard a girl asking people for the pub crawl. Yes! Her name was also Sophie and she was the guide. Besides us 4, only 2 others turned up a couple from ...
Croissants and coffee at the hotel, then off for our own self-guided tour of the city. Started at the Synagogue and saw the "Tree of Life" with the names of Holocaust victims etched into the metal leaves. Then went to the St Istevan Basilica, the largest RC church in Budapest. The interior is laden with gold leaf and pink marble ...