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... the landmarks of the Royal Palace, Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion the sweeping views over the Danube are awe inspiring.
We return from the tour to the ship at 5pm for our last dinner on board and to farewell our new friends.
We leave the ship at 9.30am for our transfer to the Sofitel Chain Bridge Hotel. The weather is lovely with a nice sunny day.
On our arrival at the hotel we check in ...
... stained glass. It depicts 1113 scenes from Creation to Christ's resurrection. We also visited Notre Dame as Bern had not been for a while. Spent the afternoon wandering through La Grande Epicerie at Bon Marche an update market department were we brought a range of goodies for dinner. Which was all yum washed down by some more Moët!! Last day full in Paris tomorrow. I've had a great time but really looking forward to getting ...
... e-ticket not exactly as represented on sign!) we were second in line, so scored awesome seats in the front for unobstructed views as we motor our way to Budapest. My Captain assures me that this boat is "mostly river worthy". We will travel at 60 km/hour on our 250k + journey and we will have our feet firmly planted in the homeland around 2:30 pm. Ten minutes out we were stopped ...
... that you could buy detergent at the front desk, but I still had some of my own so I used that instead. The sign on the top of the washer said the quick wash was only 25 minutes, so I figured that wasn’t too bad. I wasn’t sure exactly what the ‘quick wash’ one was, but I picked something at 30 C (one of the colder settings) and hit go. I went back up to my room and continued reading on my kindle.
After the half an hour were up ...
... buildings. This place is rich in history and has undergone a huge transformation since it's freedom from communism in the late 1980's . We also toured the outer city, stopping in a regional area to shop and eat. Goulash soup was a must and was yummy! Later at night we dined on a water restaurant ferry on typical Hungarian fare while cruising the Danube. This was really special as the night lights really bring the river and buildings ...