Hotel Bow Garden
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My day of judgement had finally arrived, as we were set to begin our road trip through Eastern Europe. Fortunately for us, our pre-booked miniature car was upgraded to a brand new Citroen Picasso. Adapting swiftly to driving a manual car in a foreign country, on the opposite side of the road, enabled us to survive the drive out of Budapest to Esztergom. Esztergom was a quaint town on ...
So we were here a little ahead of schedule due to our experience in Bratislava, thankfully everything improved here and we were happy to stay the 2 nights we planned.
Gyor was only ever a stop over destination and we visited the city centre today before we head off to Budapest tomorrow.
Next up Budapest... Then Tom's Birthday on Tuesday 27th May - just incase you had all forgotten which I guess you ...
Several noises in the night and when we woke we were in one of the 68 locks we have to travel through. Waited a goodish time and then another cruise ship came alongside and then another, now we could go through. We moored right by the city centre and in the morning we went on a guided tour, the weather continues to be awful, at our first stop we were quite high by the castle and the wind was fierce. From ...
Our boat was able to move upriver to the border between Slovakia and Hungary overnight, giving us a little more sleep. At 2:15 am we boarded a bus to the airport. At home it's 7:15 Saturday evening. We will get home in approximately 24 hours! At 3:40am, our bus driver and a colleague have been yapping in some Slovak language the entire time. Note to self - learn how to say "shut the ...
Budapest highlights then start the 23 hour cruise to Vienna. At 2,600km, the Danube is the second longest river in Europe (after the Volta). It's quite shallow and typically there's only 1.5 m of water under our keel. Before the snow melt, it's too shallow for the cruise ships in Jan and Feb. The smallest locks (69 of them on our cruise) are 12m wide, leaving very little space either side of the 11.45m wide boat. Tomorrow I'll add some pics of the ...