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... Hungarian basilica's isn't complete until you've been photographed with the local medieval flutist. The evening consisted of beers atop a bar created from a castles turret. Followed by the days highlight, dinner at Primas Pince, a restaurant located in a converted wine cellar. Rose enjoyed a salivating duck lasagna with creamy plum sauce that she has continually talked about every day ...
So we were here a little ahead of schedule due to our experience in Bratislava, thankfully everything improved here and we were happy to stay the 2 nights we planned.
Gyor was only ever a stop over destination and we visited the city centre today before we head off to Budapest tomorrow.
Next up Budapest... Then Tom's Birthday on Tuesday 27th May - just incase you had all forgotten which I guess you ...
... we were joined by two Canadian couples who had bought some of the local wine which we sampled, very good company. It continued to rain and we had an early departure because of the rising water and the need to get through the lock. There are floods in Austria so we hope our trip to Vienna is unchanged. Dinner with great company, the last to leave the restaurant and then we enjoyed a bit of dancing before ...
... two fumbling attendants - ridiculous. We made it through in the nick of time. Crying baby from Amsterdam to Minneapolis. Crying baby from Minneapolis to NOLA. Sigh. The flights have been on time thankfully and because it was snowing in Minneapolis, we had to go through de-icing, so we'll arrive about 1/2 hour late to NOLA. Steven is picking us up. I cannot wait to take a ...
Budapest highlights then start the 23 hour cruise to Vienna. At 2,600km, the Danube is the second longest river in Europe (after the Volta). It's quite shallow and typically there's only 1.5 m of water under our keel. Before the snow melt, it's too shallow for the cruise ships in Jan and Feb. The smallest locks (69 of them on our cruise) are 12m wide, leaving very little space either side of the 11.45m wide boat. Tomorrow I'll add some pics of the ...