Mamaison Residence Izabella Budapest
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... but the wind is up a bit now. Will need our coats for on the top deck tonight. Well I can honestly say you need to save your pennies and come and see these places before you get too many aches and pains. There is lots and lots of walking and lots of steps to climb at some places. My old bones are fair creaking. Wish I had done it ten years ago. It has been worth every cent. Could not fault a thing, ...
... which was approximately mid-late afternoon. I thought it was so hot, that I couldn't possible go walking - but it's funny how that works. You find yourself wandering down the street into the most incredible Great Market Hall (only describable in terms of Granville Island), but with stalls written in Hungarian, so many varieties of sweet and hot peppers (paprikas), wandering through the folk art stalls on the upper levels, walking around the neighbourhood and taking so ...
... camera. My heart absolutely ached with the empathy of the situation. However, long story short, the camera was picked up by some German cyclists from our ship and 2 hours after the realisation of loss, Mark was in possession again. Whew!!!!!
The boat's hotel manager, a very serious young man from Austria, had expressed the thought that if the camera had been lost in Austria we were certain ...
... 8th floor Executive Suite Lounge which allowed us access from 7:30am to 9:00pm to a beautiful view of the Chain Bridge and most importantly food and drinks --wine, champagne, desserts, fruits, decadent sandwiches to taste to our heart's content, for a premium price, of course.
By 2:00pm, the concierge managed to get us a 2-hour tour of Budapest proper. The Grand City Tour included viewing the ...
... about Hungary's slide towards dictatorship and closer relations with Russia (our orientation fell between visits by both Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin) so there was plenty to discuss. There were also a number of pointed questions from the political scientist Fulbright scholar (Jason) who is here teaching a class about dictatorships (he usually teaches his class to a room full of American students who are unfamiliar with the workings of dictators, and now he ...