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... br> We wander towards the market and stumble
across a handbag shop. Once our roomies had left when we started packing it
seemed that one of our male busabout buddies had mistakenly packed Briony’s
large leather handbag so we needed to replace it quickly. We buy ourselves a
handbag that I could use as a satchel if it needs to happen. We wander through
the huge market, which has a top floor and a underground but apparently dodgy
area. The stalls ...
... m sure! And anyway, we can have our own “showerty” in our disco steam shower (doesn’t quite have the same ring to it!). The whole swimming experience was a bit of a milestone for me, being the first time I had been swimming since I had surgery (and goodness knows how much longer even before that!). I was a little concerned how I would go with the bag getting wet or if I had to empty it, but it was all perfectly fine :)
My other favourite day was our ...
... including libraries and the Museum of Applied Art and National Museum and then down into the old part of town on the river with my organic, vegan lunch Hungarian style. I got some millet mixed with nettles topped with a red seed sauce and some ‘kale’ soup although I think they meant cabbage soup with some carrot and beet juice. I sat down by the Danube river surrounded by very dominating, ornately decorated buildings and rushing traffic with ...
... Simon had time for a wee walk only a climb from 216m to 324m ie 108m - so just like a walk in the park.
Luckily there were some other walkers to take a picture of me so I did not have to take a 'selfie'"
Durnstein is in the Wachau Valley so as we continued cruising the scenery was impressive.
They had huge floods in June 2013 so no cruises and people were bussed which would NOT have been very nice. You could see on the houses next ...
... that we’re standing next to”
This big church-like place is St Stephen’s Basilica. The largest church in Budapest. Named after the man who brought Christianity to Hungary. Home of the mummified right hand of St Stephen himself. This is why we take tours; otherwise we walk round oblivious to everything around us.
With half an hour to kill before the 10:30am start, we walk to where the ...