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... is the Citadel. Unfortunately, the buss driver neglected to tell us it was closed for a special Survey. The view however, was really worth the trip. You can see the Chain Bridge and all of the major buildings from that point. It was an exercise in patience though since the Japanese tourists were dominating the scene. The other interesting fact that we found ...
... there is a small lounge with one of Simon's favourite gadgets a coffee machine so Espressos are easy to get as the coffee in the restaurant is pretty - no horribly weak!
Anyway back to the trip
We arrived in Durnstein (means dry stone) and headed off on a walking tour at 8.30am. Durnstein is not large - only 350 permanent residents but during summer they get 5 boats in the morning visiting, 5 in the afternoon plus 20 coaches ...
... I'm impressed & appreciative - he is so welcoming to us. He has taken some amazing photos throughout our classes. I hope to post a few in the coming days. We have another class tomorrow night, followed by Sat-sang (Sanskrit word meaning a spiritual gathering or truthful gathering) on Saturday evening. I will be sad to leave this group, but Sunday is another Budapest studio & another opportunity to ...
... night. I have never been this tempted to break that kind of promise (without breaking it ;). I was just 5 minutes from the hotel when I walked passed a bar that just looked to cool. I was magically sucked in. 17 beers and 9 hours later, I got home. No, but had I drank that one beer I almost had in there - that would most likely had been the case. Save up for Krakow mate, save up. (Ps. If anybody wants to make a spontaneous weekend trip to Budapest sometime, I'm game! ;) ...
... details of the overnight accommodation details for the group, we were able to book in early at the "Novotel Congress" and freshen up before taking a walk down through the older part of Buda.
Budapest derives its name from an amalgamation of three former towns: Buda (west of the river Danube, Obuda (Buda's oldest neighbourhood) and Pest (east of the river) in 1873. We decided to put our navigational skills to the test ...
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