Boat Hotel Fortuna
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... overhead make browsing vegetables an other-worldly experience. Paprika, of course, is the must-buy, but also caviar, jams, salami, goose liver pate, and, naturally, the national drink, Palinka. Oh yes, we've tried it.
We probably biked 6-8 miles - we aren't sure. But it was a lovely way to spend an afternoon on the Danube!
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Don't be alarmed by the title - yes all those things happened but I am being dramatic. We are safe, healthy and happy. That said we are in the comfort of a rather cosy airbnb apartment in Budapest and well away from the trials and tribulations of Morocco. Don't get me wrong, we loved Morocco. After Bridge left you last time we spent three days hiking the High Atlas, three days in Fes, 26 hours in Rome (you gotta do these things for the cheap fares) and landed in Budapest last night. ...
... 12. Vajdahunyad Castle was built for the Millenial Exhibition in an original building style but initially nobody was allowed in as it was made of paper and wood. This was due to a lack of money for the whole building and only the facade was built. Now there are Three building styles: Roman, Barock and Gothic. George said we should come back in the evening to see the impressive light display. Might be something for my last evening. 13. Széchni Spa is the oldest spa in ...
... into reverse and sent us all flying! With screeches galore, we were off; full speed ahead, through woodland; plowing down trees in the process and getting taken out by the others; through rivers and mud piles; up and down ridiculously steep hills and around twists and turns. The whole experience was beyond amazing, I could never have anticipated how awesome it would be! We were able to ride the tank for around 15 minutes, and I ...
Today was a big national holiday in Hungary - Revolution Day - commemorating the start of the revolution in 1848 against the rule of the Habsburgs. I have found it very interesting as different Hungarians try to explain this holiday to me. "Well, we would have won the revolution if the Habsburgs didn't call in the Russians..." In any case, it is a day of much national pride. We had actually expected to have a busy weekend with dinner with Barbara ...