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Under grey skies we walked into the centre. Daily Mail readers would be astounded and confused. The centre was full of magnificent buildings and wide pedestrian boulevards. Cafes and bars were everywhere; it is a very pleasant place to pause for a drink. Sadly rain came and the concert just did not happen.
We returned to the hotel sharing our one umbrella and retired to our room to watch a film ...
... train woes should be over in 20 mins, we are getting a new locomotive. So the second half of the week was spent at the Schengyi baths, in Szentendre and sampling the local beverages. The baths are one of many public thermal baths in Budapest. They have pools ranging from 20 degrees to 38 degrees, and saunas ranging from 50 to 100 degrees celsius. Our favourite characters being the old Hungarian men sitting in the shallow end playing chess, and a lady falling ...
... I walk through the main square on the way to my hostel and observe a lovely fountain on the main pedestrian way.
Planning to return one day to spend more time with family I will have to come back here.
It's a quick shower and bed before morning comes far too early.
At least the scenery was amazing.
... duo with screaming vocals. I was into it, but the others guys weren't, so we chilled at a lounge bar for a while. I'm liking that aspect of travelling with others, as it makes it easier to go out and socialise.
God willing, tomorrow's update will be from Brasov. If I don't make the train I'm just going to catch a train somewhere. Anywhere. That could make life interesting.
PS - Bonus points if you can name the movie reference in the ...
For the first time in mainland Europe, I walked into a mini mart that did not stock beer. In Romania. One of the most geographically eastern countries in Europe. At dinner, I accidentally purchased alcohol free beer. It was all they had. I didn't even realise. I'm rather shocked. I actually had to go to a bar to drink in public - where, I might add, I won at chess despite losing my queen early on. It was a hard fought victory ...