Kapu Panzio Hotel
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... bit of cloud and a forecast of 32 degrees, so I set off to the city to join a 3 hour walking tour. It was a good experience and covered many of the best sightseeing attractions on both sides of the river. Budapest is a beautiful place to visit, and I can't help but feel that I have barely scratched the surface. I suppose for the next few days I should just keep scratching. I'll let my photos show you some of sights I saw ...
... to walk. It took 6 people and one of those special wheel chairs they use to get down the narrow aisle of the plane, in order to get him onboard. Imagine being one of his seatmates.
The flight was uneventful, and was not quite long enough to get good sleep. The flight attendants were fantastic and who doesn't love a British accent.? "May I get you some more coffee, love?"
We had allowed close to 2 hours to make ...
... symbols) moved into the forest, so there were more discussions about forests/wald/erdő - Akos knows German better than English, so our discussions sometimes require a mixture of three languages (and arm motions) to get everything across. He tried a couple of times to get the kids to stop talking and listen for birds (and the trains that pass by frequently) - quite (or as close as we got) never lasted all that long. Blake and I heard a woodpecker on several ...
... finally, Budapest is really, really, really, really, really cold. I am no longer the tough Michigander that I once was and Budapest proved that to me. Cue the violins.
Overall an amazing trip and amazing experience. Hope you enjoy the pictures! On to the next adventure. Already have tickets booked for: Amsterdam/The Hague, Brussels, London, Berlin, Prague, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Istanbul. GOD IS GOOD!!!
Thanks for reading. You guys rock.
... paved pathways, and there are tons of spots for people to just sit and enjoy the nature. I saw tons of groups just chilling on the grass, joggers, and couples strolling hand-in-hand.
I did not visit the zoo or sports parks that are on the island, so without them, it basically just becomes a really pretty park.
Then, it was time to go caving. In the spirit of this trip full of wandering and making decisions last-minute, I didn't remember ...