Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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Visited three countries in one day once again. Left Austria early on the 23rd and stopped in Slovakia on our way to Hungary. Bratislava the capital of Slovakia was a cool city to walk around even with the many jokes about the movie hostel being based in this city. We all made it back to the bus safely. Had the best hot chocolate, it was literally warm melted chocolate.. Yummy! We arrived in Budapest, Hungary that night and had dinner at a traditional ...
... last night, through the cobbled streets with beautiful shops either side. Finally arrived at the covered market where we marvelled at the beautiful,fresh produce, and so cheap. Had to return to hotel and check out then we met up with some other fellow travellers and had Hungarian goulash for lunch. After lunch we walked to St. Stevans Cathedral and marvelled at the beautiful,interior. It,looked as though it had been there forever but it was quite modern. We went up to ...
So the decision was to go East and drop down to Croatia. From there we have till April 30th to get to Rome.
When we cross the border into Germany the kids notice straight away that the cars drive so so fast here; we try to make video’s on the i-pad of the cars that pass us at 200 km/hr! They notice that the houses are bigger and we see hills. We are starting a new adventure with one of the things being that we have to speak ...
... the castle. It was all white and had neat swirly designs with stairs and small towers. It was really cool. And the view from there was great because you can overlook all of Pest and the Danube River. We then walked down the hill and walked along the river. We crossed a bridge and made our way to the Pest side. About two blocks over parallel to the river, there was a really nice walking road with shops and outdoor restaurants. This was ...
... organisations. I have to say the museum was well presented, I can't say it was an enjoyable experience but it was a very interesting experience and I am very great full to be Australian.
The rooms were set out well. There was a room they made you feel like you were on a train as towards the end of the war the Hungarian Nazis sent so many to Auschwitz or labour camps. Some that went to labour camps survived. There was a video in this room with ...
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