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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... a lot of changes in Hungary. In other ways, Hungary is still proverbially stuck in the 80s. Velvet tracksuits. Mullets. Cassette tapes. Shoulder pads. Leopard print and hot pink outfit combos. Madonna, Crowded House and REM rocking out on the Radio. The subtle and defying art of cutting queues. The reality that all queues are unnecessarily long all the time. These are still the everyday realities of Hungary, and we think it makes it a bit more interesting.
... all much the same. But it was nice being in the atmosphere.
Another hot day at around 36 degrees so after this we weren't too motivated and sat in a cafe for a while enjoying a cool drink.
Back to the hotel where we checked in and decided to make the most of the Danubius facilities that we hadn't got around to using. We had a relaxing couple of hours in the thermal baths and outdoor pool. It's such a funny and definite culture ...
... a long way before being able to turn. It's all done with mirrors so Dave didn't get a stiff neck.
Unfortunately the weather was dull and drizzle fell intermeiitently as we crossed the green hilly regions of Slovakia. The views would be magnificent on a clear day. The spring vegetation was dramatic. Given the weather we decided not to overnight en route but headed for Budapest where it was drier and warmer. Sorry Slovakia, you need to be sunny ...
... differences). She didn't know the contents of our note from Blake's teacher on thursday and was gratifyingly annoyed and sympathetic on our behalf about the ultimatum. I would have liked to talk about it more with her, but Blake could hear us talking and I knew he would get upset if we continued to talk about it.
After we got everyone mostly cleaned up, we got back in the cars to drive to Visegrad, apparently the seat of ...
Budapest was sort of unceremoniously tacked onto the other end of the Bratislava trip, mostly because I was in charge of flights and while there were a number of great options to/from London and Bratislava, there was absolutely nothing from Bratislava to Madrid. Luckily less than a 3 hour train journey away and another country/city on my to-see list was Budapest, and it didn't take too much convincing to get Linzi and Chris to agree to this second stop on the agenda. In hindsight the ...