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... was completely empty. We soon realized that's because police were blocking off the square. There was also a large uniformed marching band on the square. Clearly something big was going on! After a few minutes a long motorcade arrived and all the cars parked right in front of the parliament building and a bunch of black suited men got out and gathered in the square. The marching band played a few songs (presumably the Hungarian National Anthem?) and marched around for a little while, ...
... us, via a very interesting tram ride to Nussdorf on the outskirts of Vienna and from here, after walking through more lovely streets, we began a walk up to Kahlenberg and almost into the Vienna Woods. Vines are planted up here too and we were able to look down on Vienna from this pleasant vantage point. We could see the Danube snaking its way through the predominantly low rise city. Then it was back to the gorgeous village of Grinsing where Leena and ...
... the wages are not something to write home about. The countryside has no visible farm animals. This has been the case in all the travels so far - I’ve not seen cattle, horses or pigs!? They are either inside, i’m told, or it is land for growing crops. So it feels strangely like a ‘silent‘ landscape.
... booklet with some tips for Budapest and some do's and don't's which was really useful! We learnt that the taxi's WILL rip you off, that if you say "thank you" when paying for something it means "thanks, keep the change" and a few other really good tips, so we were pretty thankful that we did the tour on our first whole day there :)
The walking tours are all based on tips, after doing a few of them now you pretty much hear the same speal at the start and ...
... up or something. Especially out front of our hostel, it appeared like someone had tee-peed the area, with there being toilet paper everywhere. Funny thing is, it was all gone the next day.
Things of Note:
- The money they use here "HUF" is really stupid. One euro equates to 300huf, which makes as feel like kings here but makes it annoying trying to work out how much everything costs.
- Wallet Watch: Nonni had sent my wallet from Singapore and it should ...