Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget
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... Szenchyi Baths. I sat outside in one of the 3 heated pools before dipping in and out of several sauna rooms, avoiding the cold pools and pool yoga class before having a massage before our flight. It was definately no Blue Lagoon though! The airport too brought a surprise with yet more amazing food in the form of duck breast with a cherry glaze and potato and almond balls.
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... different classes for the soil scientists, wildlife scientists, etc. - it is very hard to pin down what anyone teaches.) I think we started to repay the kindness and show our worth, by helping Istvan extract a new air temperature data set for his research.
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... day. There is a dancing fountain there where they have nightly light and music shows, very unusual and nice to watch. One sunny day I walked up to the Liberty statue, which the Communists erected when they "liberated" Hungary and then proceeded to stay for years. It's one of the last remaining communist monuments, but it has been kept as a historical statue and the inscription has been altered. Also on the Buda side of the river is the Royal Palace and St. ...
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The first morning we spent in Budapest we were greeted with a nice cold rainy and windy day. Today is St Stevens day, the Hungarian national holiday which means almost everything is closed. We got up from our room and went down for breakfast then we head out on our walking tour of the city. The rain started about 10 minutes into our trip and never abated until 3 hours later, once the tour was completed. The ...
... more sheltered here and although the rain persisted it was a pleasant walk along the cobbled streets past local folk trying to sell goods. Having said that the goods on sale were beautiful, lots of shops selling paprika of course and the renowned embroidery of Hungary - so much temptation. We visited the ceramic museum, this was the life's work of Margit Kovacs and it was outstanding. After her death she bequeathed her works to Sentendre and there was so much to see. Sentendre ...