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... bars that occupy the old Jewish Ghettos. This means that there are many little rooms and nooks to explore that are all connected by little alleyways. It was a really cool thing to see, but I was tired so I headed back to the hostel to get some sleep!
The next day we headed to the Szechenyi Baths. This bath is the largest medicinal bath in Europe and the waters come from two thermal springs and is said to be very good for your health to soak in them. This was a ...
... quartet performing on a stage. While the views were quite stunning all along the night lit shore, with all that was going on inside with dinner, music and conversation it almost went by without notice. It also didn't help with me being involved in the variety of my meal and a glass of Unicum (Thanks Miguel!), a famous Hungarian herbal liquer I've always wanted to try. It was only afterward when we went to the top deck of the ship ...
I woke early this morning at about 6am so I only got about 4.5 hours sleep. It's now 8.08am and I'm feeling a bit groggy. Not sure what today holds. I'm going to plan it know. ... I'm so exhausted by today I'm almost too tired to write this. It's now 6.16pm. We got home at about 5.45pm. I've just had a cup of tea and for the first time this feels more like a chore than a pleasure to write. Today has really made me tired. We've probably had many mother days where we've done more, but I ...
... occurs. Rundown buildings, back alleys and open courtyards come alive as “Ruin Pubs.” A rickety, chic scene of bars, music and nightclubs. By day there are farmers' markets in these areas, or abandoned courtyards but at night, they are transformed to funky clubs with lighting, couch seating, décor and music.
In the photos you can see the “ruin pub” décor ...
... and our first impression you will have to wait until the next blog!
Pharmacy Museum -The Arany Sas or Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum up by the Fisherman's Bastion.
Note to ask accountant - will this make the Mortimer Travels tax deductible?
The Track - A 5k CUSHIONED track which goes around Margaret Island which is in the Danube between Pest and Buda.
Safety comes first: Onboard and ready to sail. These will be the only time we have to wear them.