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We had a fantastic stay in Budapest, not only because of Chris' family roots but also because the city is just beautiful and there's lots to see and do. I may also mention the fact that the weather has transitioned from cold and rainy to hot and humid and I'm not complaining. We finally have had a few days with no rain jackets! We arrived in the late afternoon on Tuesday and decided to head straight to the thermal bathes at Szechenyi! We weren't sure what to ...
... Cycling through flat farmland, along river stop-banks, large villages with suburbs.
Lunch stop was at a restaurant in the middle of the gorgeous countryside whose specialty was pork schnitzel. Delicious but way enormous. Like the meats were as thick as the palm of my hand, and of greater area. The salads, on the other hand, were pretty horrible. Soft veggies floating in vinegar. And by now ...
... beautiful. Speaking of beautiful that's one thing that stands out in these twin cities of Buda and Pest (we are staying in Pest), they have so many old beautiful buildings scattered everywhere throughout the city. Back to our wander. We head towards the massive chain bridge and see it in all her nightly glory (This bridge is famous as it is the first bridge to connect the two cities), thunder and lightening followed by rain sends us quickly back to the apartment ...
... buildings and the city is delightful and the architecture is fascinating. After crossing the bridge we walked up the steps to the top of castle hill then over to a recommended pastry shop for sweets and cappuccino. Went back to the hotel to relax for a few hours before a nice group dinner at a well known local Jewish restaurant, Rosensteins. It was an excellent dinner and an accordion player entertained us.
... and our first impression you will have to wait until the next blog!
Pharmacy Museum -The Arany Sas or Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum up by the Fisherman's Bastion.
Note to ask accountant - will this make the Mortimer Travels tax deductible?
The Track - A 5k CUSHIONED track which goes around Margaret Island which is in the Danube between Pest and Buda.
Safety comes first: Onboard and ready to sail. These will be the only time we have to wear them.