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... lf the Danube), Nagymaros, Szentendre Duna Branch, Vác and Margit-sziget (Margaret Island).
Today was a bit more relaxing as we only cruised done the Danube.
At 6:45 we had the Captain's cocktail party where the captain does a farewell toast to celebrate our journey followed by the Captain's dinner.
At 10pm, the ship approached Budapest.
I was up on deck experiencing the entrance into Budapest. This is our 2nd last day on the ...
... of present day Bratislava since before Roman times, but archaeological digs in the city have identified artefacts not only from Celtic tribes, but also from Palaeolithic peoples suggesting much older occupations than elsewhere. The Roman settlement grew from the 4th century BC until the Great Migration when Slavic people settled in the region and took control of the area. Since the 9th century AD control of the city of Bratislava (known then by various names, but most widely ...
... right amount of time to catch the next bus.
At this point, I felt that I had seen most of the city. I had lunch, trammed around a bit more, and grabbed my bag from the hostel. I went to the bus station to grab the next bus to Budapest. Unfortunately, the wifi in the bus station sucked, the bus was late, and I spent way more time in the bus station that I would have liked. It was relatively late when I got to Budapest, so I was left ...
... is so refreshing!
Sadly, the visit ended much to soon, but not before we decided I would be back for a whole day sometime very soon. Everyone else had already left, so PT and I spent the ride home talking and listening to what the US would call “beach music.” There are few things as relaxing as driving through Austria with a good friend.
We got back to the office around two and worked some before ...
... pork and potatoes and some kind of hot pepper on the side. I ended up giving Paul half of my pork (it came in two pieces) because it was too much food.
I made a bit of a mistake at this restaurant, because I ordered water. And the lady brought out a bottle and I didn’t even think about it when she opened the bottle and poured it. But of course, bottled water isn’t free. Oops. I even had about half a bottle of water with me in my ...