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... at a Lock. It is a surprisingly smooth ride, which is a relief, as some of the reviews called it "teeth chattering". Their experience will clearly not be ours :) Cruising down the river, we have passed Hainburg, Devin Castle, Bratislava Castle, and have just landed at Lock Gabcikovo. Thirty minutes at this lock too, this time to drop down 18 metres of water. Fascinating way to ...
... home to Erzsebet who was unable to join us for the sail as she has a very bad problem with her hip.
On our way back from sailing we stopped for a photo opportunity at a field of lavender where, on an honour system, people can pick their own and just leave the payment. Tihany grows lavender as a crop and we had a lavender flavoured ice cream the next day when touring the little village. It was so different and ...
... Jostling for position along the Pest side of the Danube are unedifying buildings, mainly hotels from the 60s onwards and they are mixed in amongst elegant older buildings. Much of the old part of town is pedestrianized and is a jumble of narrow streets and again magnificent buildings including churches. It’s hard to know where to begin to describe how great it all is. On the Buda side is the impressive Buda Castle and some very imposing statues. In ...
... history. There are 7 statutes on either
side with a central large monument. The Museum of Fine Arts and the Arts Museum
make the wings of this square on either side. Then walked the Andrassy
Boulevard which is another UNESCO heritage site - lined on either side by
embassies and ends in the metro station area where the House of Terror is - the
tribute to the holocaust victims. This street is the most prime real estate in
the Pest district of ...
... After exploring the square a little bit we went into the art gallery of Hungary. This was interesting but also a little boring at the same time, by this stage in our trip the flu had really taken a hold of me so all I could think about was getting home to bed and resting! For lunch we went to a Turkey restaurant as apparently Budapest is experiencing a spike in immigrants from Turkey. We enjoyed our kebabs and different food from anything we have experienced so far not ...