Hotel Castle Garden
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I woke up bright and early to head out for some caving. Budapest has a long caving system in the national park on the Buda side. Leaving Dianne to rest I found the group and we bussed to the caves where we donned suits and helmets. The caves were awesome, like a 'giant playground' as the guide said. You had to crawl and wriggle your way around with only a headlamp for light. It was super cool and a nice break from city trolling. Dianne at ...
... ruined buildings. The young entrepreneurs of the city have now turned these into bombsite themes bars and they pack out with all the young backpackers. We had a few drinks amongst Communism era bombs, gasmasks, and even a pommel horse, before retiring.
I didn’t really get to experience all that Budapest has to offer, but what we saw was beautiful and elegant. It’s a long way from where we plan on coming back to, but who knows. One ...
... for flu shots and photos, which took forever).
Once here, I got another copy of the list of items that would be needed, and instructions to get the documentation pulled together and get into the immigration office no later than about four months before we are to depart the country, since the processing takes about a month and the minimum time they will approve is three months. There is of course, also a 90 day limit on your stay in the EU with a ...
... about who might actually be on it, our gut feeling proved correct as a quick survey suggested that this would be a bit of a snooze fest!
A decision was made that we would instead make our own fun and after an aborted attempt to go to the incredibly overpriced ice bar we made our way up town to some more of the ruin bars. First stop had a beer pong tournament in full swing and a big beer garden so we indulged. Shaylee apparently got served a phantom beer as ...
... the extravagance of the man and his supporters at the time. We managed to get some sunshine at the top and then headed off over the border again to Salzburg (in the rain).
Staying in a lovely athletic track adjacent car park out of town, we cycled into Salzburg in the afternoon to explore. Laura being a veteran of the town was chief navigator and we visited Mozart’s house (the front of), the hilltop fortress Mahensalzburg, ...