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... up the Danube enroute to Vienna. There will be a Captain's cocktail reception before dinner and after dinner there will be Hungarian folk dancing.
These boats are relatively small, not like the big ocean cruise ships. There are only 140 passengers and open seating at meals so you start meeting and get to know lots of folks. This boat has predominately Aussies and Canadians with a few Brits, Mexicans and Americans. Everything is in English only ...
... of Terror", the outside showed the iron curtain & a part of the Belin wall, inside was a history of the war then the Communist occupation. The country was independent until 1944 when Hitler walked in & took over, then at the end of the war Hungary was taken over by Russia until 1989, the atrocities committed during this time was huge & the display was quite ...
We left Prague by the Scenic coach right on 8.30am, stopped for a pee (tea) break around 11 and Lunch at Bratislava at 1, before driving thru to Budapest, it was so exciting to see where we would be spending the next 15 days. I could really get use to this, everything is provided, washing, ironing and of course cooking, even the contents of the mini bar is complimentary, our cabin is small but has a balcony with the most stunning view ...
... like a big 50m pool we are familiar with in Australia. It's flanked by two huge kidney shaped pools which are lovely and warm. They each have statues in them and jet pools etc. inside the pools have different themes. They're all heated. Some have strong currents passing through them so that they create a whirlpool effect. You literally are moved around the edges of the pool as though you are running along a running track. There were numerous dry and wet saunas all of the ...
... but Tyler researched some of the city’s top restaurants and we decided to try and get a table at Borkonyha Winekitchen. This was one of the few Michelin star restaurants in Budapest, so we didn’t have high hopes of getting in. However, we were presently surprised to find that they had space available. The meal was fantastic and the price was even better. All in, we were able to enjoy a world class multi-course meal for less ...