Hotel Beke Radisson
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... as we were passing it anyway we showed them and even walked
past trying to see the culprit inside. She was no where to be seen. We
eventually made it back to the hostel after a quick detour to the nightclub
from the previous night, the owls looking even weirder this time around when
your less inebriated.
Thus concludes our stay in Budapest! We had
a gripping time here and at the risk of sounding ironic we had a happy ending
... station about three minutes before the bus left, drenched in sweat, and made the plane just fine. The flight was pretty short but we were all bummed that we didn't get a stamp in our passports when we landed in Hungary. I guess they're taking this whole "European Union" thing pretty seriously; we walked from baggage claim straight out onto the street. No customs, no security, no anything. Looks like we might hit five countries and only get one stamp. Dag-nerbitt! ...
... the building was turned into a Mosque. It was lovingly restored in the past century to it original glory.
After our tour we came back to the ship for lunch and headed into town for some last minute shopping before we set sail this evening. We found a shop that made the most beautiful hand cut crystal and splurged for a set of 4 glasses in different colors of ...
... history etc of the area to be a guide.
On the walking tour we passed the stables where the famous Viennese Horses are and we had to wait as some were lead past us. The stables and surrounding area was so clean.
We had a bit of free time before returning to the Bus so we got some Euros to buy a souvenir and also to visit an apothecary to get some low dose aspirin as Susan's ankles are a bit swollen. Very helpful pharmacist (of course). ...
... the river but a different way and got soaked! We decided to go check out the thermal baths they have here, it was definitely a hot pool kinda day. They were good but it was really pricey (we've since discovered we went to the most expensive one) and there was only two or three different pools. We felt very sleepy and relaxed after though. We came out of the baths and the weather had cleared up a little so we walked up a huuuuge hill to get a nice view of the city. It was definitely ...