Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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I saw a janitor doing some kind of tai chi in this abandoned gallery through the locked gates. One of the vendors on the outside of the building said we could enter through a side door from the other end.
I was happy to have this magnificent place to myself but felt sorry it didn't have the lavish attention it deserves. For now it's …
... every day moments in life, gives you a real sense of time & place. It's so easy to get around this city, I love it. I ended up back at the big market, looking at all the Hungarian trinkets for sale. I sort of had a flash back to when I was a meat eating little kid - the smell of bratwurst still has a bit of an allure, if only for a brief moment. Istvan saved me from disaster - dinner at his favourite Hari Krishna resturant - yup those Hari Krishna's make some tasty vegetarian ...
... the way. Most of the time you dont even get a stamp when you cross. I think both of us slept most of the time driving through Albania, so we can easily say that Albania is one of the most relaxing countries in the world. We did stop once in Albania and we enjoyed some food at the bus rest stop. We coasted into Montengro a few hours later and ended up at the most southern town along the Adriatic coast called Ulcinj. We had a hostel booked called Steve's House, which was about a ...
... and have I mentioned the way wax figures in Opera gowns were randomly sprinkled around the caves? We were all pretty happy to see the sun... We walked through the palace, along all the famous bridges and noticed that we had done quite a lot, if not to say ridiculous amounts of walking today. So we sat on a bench in the Central market for a few hours, waiting for energy to ...
... With Margaret and Warren had a scrumptious afternoon tea with good coffee and cake at the Hilton Hotel.
Had Hungarian musicians serenading us at dinner time, good Hungarian food for dinner - crepes with mince and Hungarian Goulash.
Our boat pirouetted to music around the harbour in Prague, it was lovely seeing the kit up buildings and bridges as well as a laser show.