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... on the Danube - a tour of lights of Budapest. Ros initially was asleep so not on the upper deck with others. We viewed from the cabin window instead and have moved to front lounge with Ros. They are now playing Strauss's Blue Danube waltz while we relax in the ship's lounge taking in the night time lights of Budapest on the Danube - very moving.
Always available are late night snacks in the AmaVerde Lounge with music from the on-board musician Louis.
... ensure the water covered every square inch of the bathroom. Our room number was 2.1....aptly named, as they clearly measure their room sizes to the decimal point. Ok ok....it was cheap and the bed was clean.....so we can't complain. Our stay in Budapest was timed to perfection, as the next day, the city had their annual market festival. One of the main city streets was closed off, and stalls were erected all the way down....beer, local cuisine, chocolate, clothing and more was ...
... 5 different local restaurants that we never would have found on our own. We start with a delicious hummus topped with pastrami and some warm pita bread. The next stop was for soup and salad, and then came the most unique dish of the tour. We were served lamb liver and heart, BBQ'd on a skewer. This time you can't say "it tastes like chicken", because it doesn't. The liver has a strong gamey taste and the heart is better tasting, but ...
... spectacular architecture. Then, you turn a corner and can’t help but notice some of the ugliest buildings you've ever seen. In the worst case, the entire street is just….blah. For those of you that appreciate a 5-star hotel, I’m sorry to inform you that even the exterior of the Intercontinental is the ugliest hotel on which we’ve laid eyes. It resembles a regional office of a paper supply company one would find in ...
... was the biggest I have stayed in so far (purely on bed numbers. We alone were in a 20 bed dorm, but that's nothing compared to the 290 that it could hold at one time.
That afternoon we ventured into Vienna, as we were staying a fair way out, and walked around the town. Luckily, after walking along the river, we stumbled across Austria's version of Oktoberfest. The place was littered with plenty of rides, people and beer halls.
Our walks then took us further along ...