Promenade City Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fantastic as always. We hired ourselves a guide (and chef!) and a mule (to carry our packs and food) for three days hiking in the Toubkal National Park. It was a challenging climb with a summit at over 4000m, with each day filled with long, steep slopes up and down, however each day only lasted approx 5 hrs. The first night we walked to a small village with a beautiful waterfall. It was such a relief to be away from the Marrakech hustle and bustle, and better yet, we were the only ...
... to the videos of him playing the piano and organ - you had to be there.
Tonight it's the Captain's Cocktail party. Sandy is wearing one of Hayley's Max+Me dresses. She looks stunning. Sandy, by the way, is making lots of new friends on the Ship and it seems our pact to stay private has been long forgotten! It's all part of living on a Ship together I guess and it's cute.
Our last day in Budapest. We had a wonderful bus tour led by the local guide we had yesterday. It was raining on and off all day but did not interfere with our sightseeing. Our morning tour led us to Heroes Square , Szechenyi Spa, Jewish Quarter and other sites. We also saw the very moving Shoes memorial on the Danube that commemorates the Nazis execution of men, women and children into the ...
... of us started laughing.) Finally we walked across the chain bridge to catch the tram back to our car. While waiting for the tram Blake looked up and said "that's where we had lunch when we were here before" Keith started to say "no, no that was over...oh wait, that is the Hungarian academy of sciences!". I have no idea how he recognized it from the outside, I swear the kid seems clueless, but apparently he does in fact notice things.
... about fifteen minutes' walk and there was a swing park and a yellow building with a picture of a chairlift. The chairlift was the most amazing method of transport I have ever seen. It was really long, cost about four pounds for the two of us and took about quarter of an hour. The views of Budapest far below were amazing. Everyone who visits Budapest should do this, it's such a wacky experience! Once back on terra firma we caught a bus into the city, ...