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... Park to see if I could get into the baths to look around, but only those wishing to swim allowed entry.
Found an outdoor market down near the river selling interesting looking food, just after I'd eaten dinner.
Went on night tour of Budapest on the Hop On, Hop Off Bus that I'd been on most of the day.
Bought magnet and paprika.
Walked home about ...
... then found a cafe for breakfast. We dawdled over our eggs and coffee, until it was 10.30am, and time to check into our apartment in Budapest. The apartment was great - a one bed place all to ourselves, complete with a decent kitchen, massive telly and a grand piano (sadly, we could only play chopsticks...)
We were greeted by our American hostess, called Hawaii, who talked us through a map of Budapest, before leaving us to make a brew and ...
... at the Margaret Bridge and the park lands on the island. There was a fabulous fountain which had a display on the ¼ hour and on the hour had a special display to music. We sat and watched the fountain "mit MUsik" then stroll through the park to see the tennis courts and some of the buildings which seemed to include beer houses and cafe's, It was starting to sprinkle so we set off towards our apartment. On the way we came across a café which looked to have ...
... of years of Hungarian history. We walked through the Park to Szechenyi Baths, the thermal baths with warm water pools, jets, bubbling spots. Back in the center of the city, we toured St. Stephen's Basilica and were introduced to several f the main streets and squares. Our final stop on the tour was the Great Market Hall, colorful place with produce, souvenirs, cafés, and lots of people. We had a langos ...
... shop, and take walks.
Since we were early (people from the last cruise were still on board), we dropped off our luggage and headed out for S2 (Jan-speak for “shopping and sightseeing”). Of course, we first had to check out a few hotels: the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus which was very modern and contemporary but sits right on one side of Elizabeth Park and the Four Seasons Gresham Palace which is in stunning a ...