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... leaving our cruise in Rome has not been without hassle or incident. You may have seen on the media that there was a fire at Rome Airport on Thursday which closed the entire airport and bought the city to a standstill. Our cruise ended at Rome on Friday morning and we were due to leave Rome on a flight to Berlin with a connecting flight to Budapest.
We had arranged a transfer from the ship to Rome Airport which left from the ship at 9am. We arrived at Rome Airport at 10am ...
... just wanted to be near him. Sam hung back, and stayed close to us for the entire walk to the river. On the way back the boys asked - through Iza - for Sam to walk with them, so he went with them and they were soon all throwing snow balls and acting like boys. We went into the school for a bit when we got back - found Samšs classroom and left him there for about 15 minutes while we went to the office to meet the three Kristinašs (sp?) who are in ...
... 1800's. http://www.szechenyibath.hu/history. After a tour of the baths and yes a 20minute immersion in the outdoor warm pool, we went our separate ways, Bruce and I making the most of the facilities...Richie...well, I didn't ask...I think he was too excited about race registration. The spas can be a confronting place...so many bodies...everywhere.
Next was a visit to scope out the race headquarters for the next morning. The setup ...
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 ...
Markets and Baths
Walked towards the White Elizabeth Bridge and then to the Markets. Fabulous huge covered markets Downstairs mostly veges, fruit, cheeses, sausages, olives, wines ,pickles etc. A gourmands colourful selection of every kind of yummy food you could imagine Stalls bedecked with strings of paprikas , red peppers and garlic bulbs. Upstairs were all the embroidered linens blouses and children's dresses ...