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... by taxi. I had that strange sensation (again) of hearing a secret, long ago language being spoken by others. I had managed to teach Ben and the kids some crucial words and they all tried hard to use them on the immigration officers.
We arrived at our hotel - just a short walk from the synagogue in the Jewish district, and as we got out of the cab, we saw dad coming out of our hotel. He had been delivering some cakes - not expecting us to arrive until later in the evening. ...
... again re-energized for another wander, so much to see in this amazing city. We walked this time in front of Parliament House then through all the back streets, it's amazing how many trendy alfresco eateries there are, everyone is out and about having a coffee, beer or dinner, people sitting in the park, lots of dogs being walked, it's buzzing! There are so many dogs here and they are just so well behaved, so many off lead ...
... a great time with our new friends and hope to see them again next time we're in New York! Today, we took a more traditional approach to the baths (to relax!). Our Budapest card gave us free access to the Lukacs baths. Here there were several different pools situated in what felt like a curious maze of old/historic buildings. There were three open air pools--two lap pools, and one relaxing pool that always had a nice mix of sun and shade to enjoy. There was also ...
... after lunch and I bought the latest edition of the Gundel cookbook in which the recipes are supposed to have been updated and modified for modern, less fatty, tastes. We continued through the park to the Szecsenyi Baths – the hottest of Budapest’s natural hot spring baths – situated in a complex of bright yellow 19th century mock Baroque buildings. The baths were full of people sunbaking, swimming, bathing, lounging, and ...
... in the church. I have a hard time understanding why exactly he is a saint, etc. but this is Europe and it's not the first time I've encountered one of these relics.
We were free for the afternoon and it was time to get some of our clothing cleaned. I knew of a chain of laundries called 5āsec from our trip to Spain so I corresponded with them by email to find ...