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... definitely worth the trip. Well I have to say I was disappointed... It was lit up and beautiful, but it wasn't dancing and there was no music and we got there for 7pm. Turns out that it started up at 730pm - Tia stayed behind with a couple of others that turned up and it started 5min after we left!!! So gutted. The city was very beautiful to see at night though, so there were some positives to being out in the icy wind!!
Well that's Budapest, off to another country ...
... we headed to St Stephens Basillica,to some small markets and then to the Danube, where Hollie was going to be collected. Thats the third country we have now seen the Danube in! FUN FACT. We walked over the bridge, some incredible views of both Buda and Pest - yes they're two separate parts! Weird. And now it was time for Hollie to leave. We had an incredible time and part of me is super jealous she gets to go home and see everyone. Plus that she gets to sleep in her own bed! But ...
... is famous for its ruin bars. At night we went to see what all of the fuss was about. The ruin bars are just what they sound like, bars built in ruins. Apparently after all of the wars and fighting, the government was left with some pretty destroyed buildings. They were sold off really cheap and some young entrepreneurs bought them and made them into bars. The one that we went to was really amazing. The decorations are basically like a yard sale. There are old cars, bikes, ...
....1) The Danube Cycle Way; Donaueschingen to Budapest by John Higginson
... 2) Bikeline Maps & Guides; Donau-Radweg 1, (5 books in the series)
Our plan in a nutshell; 2900 total kilometers at 50 km per day - 2 days riding for 1 day off for a total of 58 riding days & 90 total days - April to July, 2013 :)
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