Mercure Budapest Metropol
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Yay, the good news is that we finally made it to Budapest 27 hours after take off from Cairns, but the bad news is that our luggage didn't! Lost in transit they said. Doug and I luckily had a change of underwear in our carry-on, but nothing else! (Yes, I know Cynthia, your words to pack a spare set of clothes is ringing in my ears!) There's nothing …
This morning we said goodbye to the Viking Baldur and staff. It was a privilege and honour to be a part of the inaugural sailing of the Baldur. The staff did a superb job of working through any issues that arose and made our trip a once in a lifetime experience. We also said goodbye to our Canadian friends Tom and Judy as they headed off ...
... ground, but Vlad was the voice of reason, pointing out that it was better moving cabins than having a big Russian babushka at us all night to keep the noise down, let alone Russian security! So we moved to a new cabin, just like the old one including the lack of aircon. Soon we were back into it, which led us to the wonderful toilets which were clearly the source of dysentery in Eastern Europe. ...
... good lord what did I get myself into? So we did what any tourist would do, we got a map and asked the information desk for directions. We were told to take ‘the bus’ to (insert point on map) and then take ‘the metro’ to (insert point). With that, the lady sat down and seemed finished talking to us… So naturally we chickened out and got a cab. I know I know, we could have taken public transportation and it would have been cheaper, but ...
... been a very powerful experience. There is a lot of tension between the Christians and the Jewish still today in the world (as well as other religions that oppose each other obviously) and for the first time in my life I really got put on the other side of the table and learned a lot about Judaism through Jewish professors and educations, movement leaders, people looking for a voice. We'd like to say we live in a tolerant world and that's true to an extent; OUR tolerant ...
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This hotel is centrally situated in Budapest. The reception staff are pleasant and very helpful. Bed is comfy, what more do you need?
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