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... the gate, as security is carried out at this point. It is now, with half of the plane’s passengers already through security, that we are notified that there has been a gate change. There follows the most unorganised, incompetent shuffle of passengers from one gate to another, with hoardes of ever-increasingly frustrated passengers queuing outside the second gate whilst those that have already passed ...
... Jenna had to help me under a shower to get my body heat back to normal. We spent hours slipping from sauna to bath, to steam roo, to plunge pool and the afternoon passes in a steamy haze of a carefree relaxation and pleasant chats with friendly locals and tourists.
After the baths we showered and headed to The Hard Rock Cafe...yet again getting our American fix in. On our way home we also decided to stop at the Opera house again to see if any seats opened up, which ...
... car with these guys and everytime the driver saw something he wanted to explain to me, he would stop the car in the middle of the road and tell me about it. At the house we knocked on the door and they unlocked it to let us in. There was ear bleeding electronic music being played inside and you could hear the bass a few blocks down the road. They were serving beer as well. I sat down on the couch as Courtney danced around freely as a butterfly. We ended up leaving there around 5am ...
Today is our 1st wedding anniversary! Arrived in Budapest early to get a good car spot, then walked along the Danube river into town. Took a weird train like carriage up a steep hill to the Royal Palace. Enjoyed most of the morning up there, walking around all the small streets, admiring the buildings. Noticing many tour groups of auzzies. The views were pretty awesome from up here, and the parliament building on the other side of the river really stood ...
the gloves were on and he and I shaped up for a photo.....needless to say we were the last to leave at around 10pm.
Day 2 we decided we would devote to the "on off bus". It doesn't start running until 10am and so we decided to walk over the Szcheny Bridge over the Danube into the city. We ambled down a beautiful mall, Helen was like a dog with 2 tails. at the end of the mall was St Stephens Bascillica.. Impressive on the ...
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