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... Started with a Peach Schnapps type drink, a meat filled crepe thing for entree, roasted meats with picked cabbage and maybe sauerkraut for main and dumpling type thing for dessert.
Dinner was accompanied with free red and white wine and traditional music and dancing.
Back to hotel and wrote up the last few days in this ...
It's me again, to tell you about our time in Budapest.
We woke up on the train at about 7am, after a pretty ropey night's sleep on the overnight journey from Krakow. Mr H started to complain about his bad back, whilst I joined a queue of 3 people for the toilet in our carriage, wondering if we were too old for this!
After getting off the train, we caught a tram to the area we were staying (on the "Pest" side of the ...
... snatch the crown and exit stage left with said crown in briefcase.... Unfortunately we weren't allowed to take photos.
The tour guide was accompanied by 2 Hungarian Guards that were there to make sure no one strayed from the party. The few time someone wandered off, a call of "allooo, allooo" resounded around our party as they beckoned them back into the group.
After the excitement of the tour we walked up the Danube to Margaret Island to have ...
Public transportation in Budapest is convenient and fast -- metro, tram, buses. We started the day with a day pass and an intro to navigating around the city. Heroes' Square is at the end of Andrassy Street at the edge of the city center and is situated next to City Park. It contains huge statues and monuments paying tribute to Hungary's war heroes and kings. Our local guide talked about each statue, ...
... Tripper until about 5am, drinking and talking. Davor invited us to stay with him in Zadar, Croatia when we made our way out that way, and I agreed to come see him.
The next day we woke up feeling a little fuzzy, and enjoyed the really good breakfast that was provided by the hostel. We made toasted hard boiled egg and cheese sammys and made some tea, along with some cereal. After awhile we went out to explore the city. We took a bus into the city center. We saw many cool ...