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... because it was the cheapest, called Fozelak, which was like a spinach cream stew of some sort, that we both could not finish because it was so hearty and filling. Also got hold of some Hungarian beer with him and it was a good evening, albeit we had to end it short since I was going to wake up so early the next day.
Earlier in the day, I got a chance to visit one of the famous spas in Hungary, the Szechenyi Furdo. It was quite expensive in Hungarian terms but ...
... and I read and nap!
Around 6 we go through one of the locks and dock in Vienna around 8. We hop on the bus for a "wine and music evening" at an Austrian Heuriger (wine tavern). Good wine, fun entertainment with a harmonica (accordion) player. Back to the ship around midnight to rest up for a long day of touring Vienna tomorrow.
... the water, and people technically aren’t supposed to swim in it…but they do) for a picnic and enjoyed the sun and all the buildings that were around us. The TV towers here are practically works of art! After lunch, we went back to the office to drop off our leftovers and then went to do some shopping for the office.
Also…guess what? I had another win today. I ordered for myself at McDonalds. ...
... old town underneath you and then look across the the biggest sprawl of lego block houses you've ever seen. |The sun was setting so we got some nice shots but it's a very strange place, made even stranger with a weird UFO on the top of the bridge that is also a restaurant.
We had seen a brewery recommended by David while walking around on the tour, so called in there for a pint or four after all that walking. Amazing fresh dark beer tasted so ...
... I wish I asked and is so great at making hosts feel comfortable and able to share. Tricia asks questions I would never think to ask with answers I can’t wait to hear and is a great culture-crosser. Deb can keep a conversation going like it’s nobody’s business and has broad knowledge and great energy. Group Leader Rob redefines the word “curiosity.” Everyone is thoughtful, fun, hearty, and caring.