Silvanus Hotel Visegrad
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... appear to have had a great day. Of course, they need pastels, a bag for their knitting project, and other supplies that Laura wishes we had brought from home.
After a brief nap, we went to the local grocery store and picked up supplies for a couple of days. Laura cooked omelets for lunch and we made spaghetti for dinner. We spent more time organizing, and have determined that Blake really does seem to have left his Nintendo ...
... the turn off which would have taken me off this road (in fact Ken was the only one of us that found it). I backtracked and missed it a second time so added an extra 10-12 km to my ride before getting to the boat in Esztergom!!! Esztergom is a Hungarian city with old and unimpressive new areas (housing estates). We wandered around looking at the huge historical buildings such as ...
... br> stopping at a cafe fearing the inflated prices but we found a self
service cafe and enjoyed a sit down for half an hour in comfort.
Alison cooked up a great pasta dish
for our last meal and I bought a Villanyi pinot noir which I was
looking forward to. Unfortunately the wine was thin and brown, like
so many Australian pinots, not the full bodied fruity style we have
become used to. The pasta was great.
... from my last visit here and really cheap too. Alibi Cafe lived up to this reputation, we both ordered Hungarian eggs and they were really tasty. It was basically scrambled eggs, with tiny specks of ham, peppers and onion dotted through it and topped with cheese. It was served with some really nice bread.
After breakfast, we walked to one of the many bridges on the Danube, so that Kim could get her first glimpse of this famous river. The view ...
... it would of been a VERY long walk. When we reached the top we had the most perfect view of the entire city. We got to see the bridge that actually connects "Buda" to "Pest" as well as the Parliament building from the river side. We also got to witness one of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever seen in my entire life. We walked through some of the markets and got "hot" wine and hot chocolate to keep us warm. We then went to the "castle" part of the hill and took more ...