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... Have started riding with lights on high beam, and that seems to have lessened the occurrence.
8th - 10th August
Budapest is a magical city. We stayed just off the main road over the white bridge, they are colour coded for tourists, in a pedestrianised area. Great hotel, and a peaceful spot just off where everything was happening. Took a tour of the city on a bus, and then walked for quite some distance. 40 degrees. Breathtaking, both views and temps.
... and has been described antibiotics and a cough syrup to break up the congestion.
On Sunday's the chemist's and other shops are closed. I have had to take a taxi to a chemist that was open. The taxi driver was very good and waited while I got the script. The fare all up was 18 euro.
The day is fine with blue skies and sunshine. We went to breakfast at 10am after the doctor had visited. Narelle ...
... part was the end when we had found all the clues and objects and we were trying to open this big box which we assumed opened (it didn’t). The lady had told us when you find all the objects, the door will open, but no door was opening so we had 12 minutes left, but we waited until 7 minutes left and then finally I radioed the lady and she just said, "well the door is open." We felt so dumb, but it was a fun night! Allison and I walked over to the castle district to see it lit up ...
... shot at the edge of the water so that their bodies fell into the river and were carried away. The memorial is a sobering reminder of some of the atrocities committed in the past.
After a delicious lunch at a restaurant in the City Park next to Hero Square we went to the Széchenyi baths, where we got to relax and soak in the dozen thermal baths. It was the perfect way to end the day.
Monday we met up with Betty ...
... can only buy them at the counter, had visions of throwing mine and Fleur's bags at the woman. Full force. Managed to get the last two free seats on the bus and I ended up sitting next to a man with really offensive body odour and worse than that next to a heater. His situation grew worse as it got hotter. I was getting so hot I thought I was going to faint so just started pawing the air conditioning in a desperate plea to freeze in a breeze. On the way into Budapest which ...