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... pics, the movie camera was working so this special visit will be included in the final movie. Wei also went to the stunning Mathias church on Castle Hill. After lunch back on the ship we set sail for Vienna. On the way we passed Esztergom which was the main residence of the rulers of Hungary over a 1000 years ago. The ruined palace ...
... have been known as 'the girls' on this trip, a lovely affectionate term used by everyone. They've all been very accepting and great fun. Were exhausted!! Budapest is a beautiful city. Possibly one of the loveliest so far. There are two sides of the city, Buda the hilly side that has the castle and guard stations that change daily, and Pest, pronounced 'pescht' that is flat, more modern and the city side. Joined by ...
Well, I'd psyched myself up to tackle the ride today but when we woke up Cheryl opened the curtains and said "it doesn't look too good out there!". It was raining and looked like it had set in. Plus there's 5kms riding on the road which we weren't that keen about. So we made the decision to not ride. Instead, we walked around the little town of Vac which was a lovely little old town. There were 2 great churches there and a town market. ...
... the ugly realities of civilisation. But because of the cycling speed which is mostly around 19 to 25 kph, you observe a whole lot more, and the observation process distracts from the complaining bottom. I must admit I'm either adapting to the discomfort, or it is slightly diminished.
Electric bikes: Aside from making cycling generally easier, there are two situations where they absolutely shine. One is ...
... defeat to the Austrian army and then holding out for months against the Russian forces called in by the Hapsburg's to finish off the revolution. We were told many times that the commander of the fortification was able to negotiate for the freedom of everyone in the fortified city, and even back pay from the Austrian's for the Hungarian troops who had been fighting in the revolution.
The fortresses were outdated by their completion ...
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