Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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... old buildings etc. After tea we had a boat ride to see the lights of the town and it looked like a fairy tale, the cameras couldn't do it justice. We think a lot better than Paris. Our trip on the boat has come to an end, sad in some ways and been with people for nearly a month and had a great time but looking forward to our last week with Bill and Di, plus doing as we please instead of what's ...
... to fit in the Royal Palace, Matthias Cathedral, and a roam through the labyrinth of tunnels under the hill. I enjoyed all of them aside from nearly breaking my big toe in the darkness of the labyrinth. (Flip flops are the best traveler shoes in the world 90% of the time, but that other 10% can be painful!)
Like the rest of Eastern Europe, Hungary was once a communist nation. As such, Budapest’s streets were filled with the statues of former communist party ...
... on the way. Several couple joining our cruise or other cruises departing Budapest. Also a young Brazilian coming here to play in a soccer match. Regina got a chance to practice her Portugese. The fellow seemed quite "lost" and a bit stressed. Sadly, Phil crushed his glasses on the plane - too little sleep and too many distractions. Spent a hour or ...
... cycle around the rest of the old town but it was mobbed (probably due to the wine festival about to open) so we just saw a very impressive old church then headed across the river to the newer part of town. After all this time visiting amazing cities and towns in Europe we have not visited one single museum, I know hard to believe. So I thought that maybe that could change here in Budapest as there is a murder museum!!! However, once I made it ...
... shops and stalls on different levels but this eventually turned into the metro. Task number 2 successfully completed. We did a bit more exploring, still unsuccessful in finding postcards! Hungry we chanced a random street at found a large square full of restaurants. We both fancied Italian food so settled on a very reasonably priced place. Spaghetti carbonara for Amanda and a pizza for me. The food was lovely but the service **** poor. The ...