Airport Hotel Stacio
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... ruins, and of course, it's a major tourist draw now.
We had walked for hours by the time we passed through Vienna Gate and down the hill to see the Swan House, which our info told us was 'one of the coolest modern buildings you will find in Budapest' and we agreed. And then we got lost. Again. Already freezing and knackered, we wandered in circles in the dark but finally located the Kiraly Baths... ahhhhhhhh! Sitting in ...
... for 2.5 hours, and we explored the city for another 2 hours on our way back to the apartment. The city is even more beautiful at night than it is during the day.
Again, Pistorious occupied our morning before we headed out for some goulash soup. Goulash is a soup here, not a stew. Still hearty, but lighter, as a stew is is called paprikash. We went to the Wine Festival held out the front of the National Gallery. Obviously we went to the Gallery as ...
... to climb were incredible and the ones from the top amazing. Once on the castle hill we went into Maathis Church and looked at various view points.
After lunch we met up with Adrienne and the boys and walked around the palace grounds and viewed a 3D movie on the history of the area.
After this we walked down the hill and over to Heros Square where Shira and the boys started to climb ...
... them. So I just looked it up on Wikipedia, and found that Buda was probably named after its founder Bleda, brother of Attila or another theory is that Buda could have derived from the Salvic word "boda voda" meaning “water.” Curious. Also a little more perspective on Budapest is that it is known as the financial hub of Central Europe, is the home of the headquarters of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology given their education is so demanding ...
... stringent rules to follow.
Stay tuned for next edition which will be the second half of our cruise.
Inside a Lock: The gates are closed and the water is rising. Not a lot of extra room. The line going across is a height warning.
Tight squeeze! At the moment the Danube is low so we fitted with ease!
Chamber Concert - Our private concert. Chamber Orchestra and some opera singing. Chart toppers Strauss and Mozart ...