Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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Deze morgen zijn we met z'n allen vertrokken in Schoten. De bus stond ons op te wachten aan het zanglokaal. Gisterenavond hadden we het leeuwendeel van onze bagage reeds tot daar gebracht, zodat we nu enkel onze handbagage moesten meezeulen.
Er was afgesproken ten laatste om 8.40u te vertrekken. Tegen die tijd zijn we echter al een eind op weg …
Saturday is Qualifying day so we headed straight to the circuit to soak up the atmosphere and buy merchandise.
After the action we left early to avoid the crowds and headed to the west bank of the Danube for great views of the Parliament. It's been a dream of mine for a while to see this great river and it felt great to finally see it. We …
We were up quite early (I say we, Gegg slept for ever!) in anticipation for hearing a F1 car in anger for the first time. Myself and Tony went down for some breakfast first, which was a bit overpriced, then got tickets and supplies sorted for the day.
We headed out on foot to see some sights before getting the free bus to the racetrack and …
One of the highlights for me in visiting Budapest was catching up with people from back home. To be fair, we have been travelling for almost 2 months now, and I do get a tendency to get a little homesick. Also, we weren't just meeting up with anyone, but with Jon and Juli (and their incredibly cute 8 month old baby). Jon shared the agony of the …
... it easy. We cycled along the edge of the forest that is part of the Tatrzanski Narodowy National Park. What they call a “bike path” is at times festooned with stairs, rivers, gravel potholed dirt roads, puddles, tree roots and some very busy car traffic. The landscape around this area was beautiful.....and to be fair...it is more of a hiking park than a cycling area so it’s understandable that they just are not there yet on the cycling thing. Mike enjoyed ...
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