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... to sleep leaving me to drive them in luxury to Rome.
What an amazing place. There are many old things you can see. I went to the Colosseum and loved it but I liked the Castel Sant'Angelo even more. It has an 800 metre long walkway to the Pope's whare so he can do the bolt from bad guys and take refuge in the castle. Also a good spot to get a look at Rome from up high.
After a couple of days in Rome I moved on towards Venice this ...
... 500m from the golf course down the road where they both play. After a delicious coffee accompanied by a fare of cheese, olives and salami they took us on a tour.
Our first stop was to Tihany Abbey Church built in 1754 on the site of King Andrew’s church, The remains of King Andrew I lie in the crypt. This beautiful church has a wonderful outlook over the Lake which unfortunately today was very grey due to the weather. ...
... to 14 kms and were struck by the number of buildings that had deteriorating external walls as well as many ornate buildings that had been well restored. After so much destruction by invading armies, some bridges and palaces have had to be rebuilt multiple times. The hilly Buda side of the Danube river has some amazing buildings including the Buda palace. The protecting walls have been bombarded during no less than 31 sieges. ...
... away with the intriguing and scandalous tale of his daughter Cosima, who married Hans Von Bulow, bore him two children and then bore a third to Richard Wagner whom she ultimately married! After picking up the iPADmini we walked in the direction of home but passed the Opera House quarter of an hour before the next tour. We bought the tour as well as a mini concert. The soprano who gave us the two songs was about 60 (if a day) and had a very powerful voice. See the photos ...
... reconstructed. As our guide said, "Every two hundred years, we burn the city down and start all over."
We had a wonderful lunch back on the boat and then Jan met with an on-site tour operator and "talked shop" for an hour. A local cultural group came on-board and gave a nice presentation on folk music and dancing. Hungarian music reminded us a lot of Polish Klezmer music (think Gypsy violins) and the dancing resembles Cossack dancing (boot ...