Hotel Regnum Residence
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... It was a lot harder than I had expected! We climbed, squeezed, slipped, slid, and crawled through the 9 kilometer-length cave… It was one hell of a workout. That night, we had gone to the Great Market place nearby the hostel and got to try some authentic Hungarian food. I don't remember what it was called, but we somehow had ordered a dough-based thing with sour cream, cheese, and chicken on it. It was ...
... through the Tatra Mountains part of the Carpathian Mountain System. The weather was nice when we left Krakow but it has been raining on and off. We stopped for lunch at the Saint Christopher Inn in Slovakia at 1:30 PM. We stopped again 35 miles from Budapest for a pit stop and our tour director shared with all of us a bottle of Krupnik which is a honey vodka liqueur. That livened up the bus for ...
... comes to an end - while the Trevelyan's continue on.
We were in three countries with three different currencies, and aren't coming home with remnants of any of them. That was either great planning, or a lot of spending.
We've had an incredible time and so many great memories.
In Cappadocia, our tour guide Ezra asked each of us what we did. When Yvonne said she worked for Stanford in real estate, very quickly Ezra said , "Oh, ...
... size, to show that neither one is more important than the other. At 6.00 back on board we had entertainment from the Hungarian Dance House, and then after dinner another show from the Hungarian Folklore Show. Then at 9.30 the ship went for a cruise up and down the river to show us Budapest by night; a very special way to end our time on ...
Breakfast in executive lounge then bus down andrassy avenue then funicular up to castle hill. Enjoyed the beautiful views of the Danube, explored the little market stalls, the changing if the guard at Buda Castle, sampled local sweet bread called kurtoskalacs. Then back down the hill, walked over the chain bridge and back down andrassy avenue to hotel for a nap. In the evening went back ...