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... some weather protection for the rider. These days when a motorcycle is produced or built without a fairing, as it used to be, the terminology used is: "Naked Bike"
Two days ago the repair shop owner picked up my bike form the car recovery garage and together we stripped the bike of its fairing and tank in order to find the fault with the bike. There was still power, all lights worked and the engine could be cranked over. Soon we discovered that there was no spark ...
... to our next stop being the Hungarian capital of Budapest. I hadn't developed any sort of expectations for this aesthetically pleasing city, so when we arrived I was more taken back what we had stumbled across. I'm not sure what the rhyme or reason is about this place is, if its gothic or chic or bohemian but it just works. Even on the drive in we all had smiles on our faces and could feel the good vibes.
We found a pub with a roof top patio ...
... a little of the amazing amount of history and diversity of culture we were exposed to. We definitely would need more time in cities such as Budapest, Vienna, and Amsterdam to do them justice. This trip served to whet the appetite. One of the observations we made were that far too many people in Europe are still smoking, yet, the people generally seem to be pretty fit. Considering fabulous beer, bread, and sausage, it has to be the cycling that keeps them in ...
... tongues on the
pair of lions that guard both ends of the bridge. We walked across the bridge
to the Castle Hill. The funicular train was not working and under service today
- so we walked up the hill. Its a UNESCO heritage sight and consist of the
Royal Palace and the castle district. We walked up the steps and the view from
the top is great. You can see both the parliament building on the other side as
well as the ferries and boats across ...
... up having to rush back over to the ticket office, make a new purchase, and get back to the loading station in time. Thankfully, there was a nice young lady on the same train as me who helped me work though the train connections back to Vajta. Experiences like the train ticket debacle paired with the overwhelming beauty and culture of the historic city of Budapest made the trip such a memorable thrill and adventure. Hopefully I'll be back to visit the city ...