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... options. Tomorrow will be a full day. Dinner follows the briefing. Food on the Tor is superb.
Went through the first of many locks (26 total throughout the cruise) around 10 p.m. Fascinating! It's about the only time you can feel any movement on the ship. It shudders a bit and if you have a fixed landmark to look at, like the concrete wall of the lock an arm's length from the veranda, you can see the ship rise to a higher ...
... Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov with which to start. He talked about an Italian comic book which I will try to find, sounds interesting. Slept most of the way, read journals. At our WC stop, we had to pay 0,50€ to enter the WC, but you could use your receipt towards any purchase. We bought a small bag of pretzel sticks. The weather was heavy rain/no rain/light rain, whatever. Today is the day for rain while you are traveling on the bus. ...
... lobby of Pallazo Zichy, waiting for the time to leave for the night train to Bucharest. This time the sun shone on Keleti station. We found carriage 422 and berths 24 and 26 and settled in. At 17.10 on the dot we pulled out of Budapest. There's a proper dining car with tables set with cutlery and table cloths. It has the aroma of a thousand smoked cigarettes. ...
... of the Royal Palace, Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion the sweeping views over the Danube are awe inspiring.
We return from the tour to the ship at 5pm for our last dinner on board and to farewell our new friends.
We leave the ship at 9.30am on Saturday for our transfer to the Sofitel Chain Bridge Hotel.
The weather is lovely with blue skies, light winds and the sun shining. .
... experience has been seamless. When we deal with businesses they have been difficult to the point of making me angry at how little they care about giving you basic information like the address of the property. The problem has been that the address Pinar has given me is not an address google maps recognises. Agh. Anyway, I think I've sorted it out now - it took much longer than I would have liked. Now I can pay some attention to our itinerary for the day. Best be off to do ...