Gasthof Pension Riede
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... and I’m not going to let a bit of a cough get me down, but ...
... the wheelchair had to be returned to a different building which resulted in Guy and I being separated from the O''Briens. They had no idea where we were and after searching for each other for abour an hour, amidst thousands of other tourists, we gave up and decided to do our own thing. My only concern was that I wasn't sure they had the address for our B&B but there was no pointt continuing to look for them. Guy and I then
... the cathedral, which had been lit up by night.
Jose and Jessica suddenly decided that there was one last church they had been dying to see, so they took off in search of that. Patra and I were a little churched out, so we stopped at a cafe for hot cocoa and cake before heading back to the bus station.
The ride back to Budapest was pretty normal. Jose and Jessica cut it very close getting back on the bus, despite never actually finding ...
... except maybe go to the museum. Being so many choices in museum's all across the city we decided on going to the MQ and seeing Schiele at the Leopold Museum. After a 30 minute struggle with our umbrella's and the rain and wind, mine finally decided to give up it's soul and collapsed in a heap of pink fabric and metal sticks. Not a pretty sight. After the battle we were obviously starving so we had a great lunch (the ...
... stay 5 nights but changed our itinerary a bit so we can have 2 nights in a tiny village of 200 people in the countryside - a village called Gruenau im Almtal - google it - amazing pictures!
No plans for this evening because it's POURING with rain and thunder and lightning ... although an old friend from school Gerlinde (exchange student) lives here and we need to catch up!
Rating out of 10: 9
In a word: Liveable
Something Interesting: The ZOO!!!