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... When we got out we walked around and found a minibar that had great drinks and lunch. After that energyboost we rented two bikes. Of course we went the wrong way on several occasions, but we rode them to Pest over the chain bridge that connects the two cities. The view on Buda was great. After a few hours we delivered our bike, had dinner and strolled around. The weather cleared and there was even a little blue in the sky. So what do I think about the city? They sure try ...
... one of the free walking tours that lots of friends had recommended. We met in one of the main Squares in the city and joined up to one of the English tours, there were so many people they had a Spanish group and then 4 English Groups. Our tour guide was hilarious his name was Zoltan and he was Budapest Local. The first thing he told us was that we were all pronouncing Budapest wrong it is actually "Buda Pesht" .... we still say Budapest though sounds better! We ...
... views over the Danube towards Pest (“Pesht, Miss Moneypenny”) and the Hungarian Parliament Building. The tour has been excellent, and well worth the 10 euro tip we gave to Zoltan at the end. We parted ways with our fellow tour-ees including the lovely American couple who had just escaped the snowstorms in their native South Carolina in order to complete the much-travelled Budapest-Vienna-Prague triangle.
Mr Fletche and I wander ...
... so engaged into the live performance. It made me even more excited for Christmas as well watching The Nutcracker. Words can not describe this experience and how in "awh" I was.
When the show was finished we headed on a tour of the city. For those who don’t know too much about Budapest, here’s some basics: Budapest is made up of two cities separated by a river, Buda on one side and Pest on the other (pronounced Pesht). It became one city in 1873. We headed ...
... the soccer and drinking, so we just joined them.
Eventually everyone returned and we all drank into the wee hours of the night. This included bulk drinking games, in which Ray and Monte decided to target me (jerks).
Things of Note:
- Cam and Senka experienced first hand the difficulties of not arriving on time. Instead of being allowed straight in, the were but upstairs, in what we called a halfway house, as they could watch everyone below having fun but ...