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... back to our street, back on the bikes and rode down to #40.
We were greeted by the concierges - yep, two of them. Annette went in to book in at reception, I stayed out the front with the boys and started to unload. Annette returned, all good. Our booking completed at the station in Bratislava got through. We loaded the gear onto a trolley - assisted by the young concierge. His comment was that we didn't have much luggage!
I was escorted around ...
... the last meeting - fractions and the Finnish epic poem the Kalevala. The talk about fractions launched an interesting conversation about how much parents should help their children with homework. Sounded to me like Akos would send home math problems that he hadn't really showed the kids how to do, and they were supposed to try. Our friend Barbara was struggling with that, her daughter was very upset and Barbara wanted to show her how to do them...
... the sleeper train for only €80. Awesome! Next was a trip to one of the famous Budapest thermal baths, Szechenyi. It was amazing! I didn't realise how elaborate it was going to be inside. There was bath, after bath set at different temperatures and we made our way from one to the next before heading to the saunas. There was several to choose from, also set at different temperatures. It was both challenging and relaxing at the same time to sit in the hottest ones - if ...
... to see why. Via the decent Austrian subway system we were able to explore the city’s beauty. The Habsburg’s seem to have done a decent job pimping out this city during their time. Each church, palace, museum seems to be trying to outdo one another for grandeur. I guess Laura had some reason to love it. We made our way around on foot discovering the major sights of the city and were lucky enough to be there for the local ...
... and Pest the plain, plat side!
When we returned we had to think about packing, out last might tonight :(
When it was dark the captain took us for a cruise along the river to show us the lights if the city. This was truely stunning. All the buildings along the shore and the castles on the hills were lot up magnificently. You really did have to see this to believe it. A fantastic way yo finish the tour and certainly one ...