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Saturday morning we slept in and then made breakfast out of what little food we had left in the house - mostly cereal. Then of course it was time again to visit the grocery store. Not having food in the house is not a successful long-term strategy. We are getting better at finding things at Tesco and Spar the two stores we go too most often, but there are still things that we just have not been able to replace. For instance, salsa ...
... on the European continent (and third oldest in the world). We decided to walk to the Opera, rather than try to work out the Subway in our rush to be on time, which led to some grumpiness but also burned off some additional energy. We arrived on time and were ushered in to join the rest of the attendees for a special surprise. We were escorted upstairs to a small private hallway where Fulbright provided drinks and open faced sandwiches. We therefore had some time ...
... shops, restaurants, and the three main synagogues can be found. But district 7 is also known as the coolest part of the city for young people. There is great shopping, restaurants, and bars all throughout the area. Ruin bars are really popular in the Jewish quarter and we had a chance to go into one just to look around on this tour. Ruin bars use the spaces of old, abandoned buildings and turn them into hip and interesting bars. The one we walked through was ...
... fountain that did a muscial display! We enjoyed watching this for a while and walked round a bit more of the island seeing the gardens and sports areas before heading back over the rest of the bridge and catching the tram back to the Oktogon (our feet were quite tired!) After a bit of a rest and a snack of some of the food our hosts had provided, we went out for another walk down to the other end of Andrassy avenue, to Heroes Square (Hosok tere) and over into City ...
... Islanders. Of course the Aussies joined in straight away the Europeans took a while, but he finally got the whole 200+ people doing a wave and got the Aussies to sing Waltzing Matilda,
Our biking adventure is over, we offloaded everything and stroledl around the town of Passau. We hired a car to drive to Wurzberg for our last night in Germany. Wouldn't you know..... there is a wine festival here tonight!! It is soooooo crowded!! Bratwurst and crepes for dinner!