Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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- Indoor pool
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... along certain portions of the Danube was extremely low (due to the prolonged European drought. Can you say "climate change?") including our point of embarkation in Budapest. We will be bussed to Komarom, 60 mi west of Budapest, to pick up our ship, the Viking Tor.
Spent the next 4 hrs exploring Budapest--Chain Bridge (connects Pest with Buda), The Great Synagogue, St. Istvan (Stephen) Cathedral, Opera House. I ...
... and so I will have to come back later to see the inside. Loads of people disrespected the signs on the door though and I wasn't very impressed by that. They are there for a reason. Clever me forgot her bottle of water and it was hot. 40*C. I reckon us tourists are mental. Who in their right mind would walk around in that heat?! Surely if I was at home I would just hide away in a cool room. But crazy me decided to walked up to the castle via the Chain Bridge ...
... given" to them by the Soviets after the Yalta summit. When Perestroika gave the Soviets the boot in 1989, rather than knock it down and throw their shoes at it a la Iraq, they pragmatically eliminated the large soldier detail & decided to repurpose the huge lady holding a palm leaf (bullet pocked as well) as their own.
Then to the old castle & the city inside. There, various centuries were all well represented as were ...
... while I waited on my clothes. With the exception of a few photographs from my phone, I mostly just cleared my mind with a few light errands. First I found a store (sort of like a dollar store) and bought some toiletries, and a new coin bag for my change. [By the way: the money here is crazy... Ratio is roughly 240 HUF to 1 USD, I've got all kinds of ridiculous change, cool bills though]. Anyway, next I had a coffee on the patio of a local cafe. It was ...
... 500m from the golf course down the road where they both play. After a delicious coffee accompanied by a fare of cheese, olives and salami they took us on a tour.
Our first stop was to Tihany Abbey Church built in 1754 on the site of King Andrew’s church, The remains of King Andrew I lie in the crypt. This beautiful church has a wonderful outlook over the Lake which unfortunately today was very grey due to the weather. ...