St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... my book. They have parties here on Saturday nights which I find a bit strange. The water would be so dirty by the end, especially when the water is so warm! The world is a very small place. Twice I ran into people I had already met a few weeks ago. For all the people travelling in Europe over summer I run into people I've met! Please note that some photos have a story to go with them. Sometimes easier to explain things with the photo rather than here, ...
... Attila, the Hotel Manager to have the group seated at "our" table in the dining room. We entered with a cake that Dianne & Phil had purchased while shopping in Budapest, singing They Are Jolly Good Fellows and served them cake with some wine supplied by Attila. Of course there were a few tears and lots of hugs. This was followed with goodbyes to some other of our fellow passengers back in the lounge and finally back to our stateroom as we depart at 3:30 am for the Budapest ...
... amp; staying in an apartment with a kitchen helps too. You cannot be gluten free in Hungary, so that's out the window. When I get back to Canada, I will pay for my sins, but at the moment I'm just going with the flow - all the way to the next fabulous bakery! Poland might be another story. Time will tell. We are catching a night train to Krakow. I would have loved to go during the day, but there were none available. The Hungarian trains look a bit dated. Ok, that's ...
... many shops cafes and restaurants,. It was almost like a mini Istanbul. We walked around for a bit checking out the colorful shops. At one of the shops we saw that there was a tour for the pyramids and we inquired about it. They wanted a good chunk of money to show us the pyramids and it seemed in our best interest to see them on our own. After wandering the streets for awhile, we headed back to our home and hung out with Milly and relaxed in our room. We had planned to go out ...
... and were simply dozens of pools in different temperatures. We relaxed there for an hour and then headed back to change into our symphony duds.
The dinner was incredible. Starting with sparkling strawberry wine, followed by appetizers of mushrooms, foie gras, and vegetables, continued with wild boar and duck, then finished with a vanilla soufflé and cheese dumplings. The chef outdid himself and could certainly give Gordan Ramsey a run for his ...
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