Hotel Fabius Panzio
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
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... it was crowded with bloody tourists! Then onto the Buda side of the Danube and visits to the medieval village and views over Pest, before returning to the boat to set sail for Vienna. There are some amazing sights alone the river, one of the most spectacular is the Catholic Cathedral at Esztergom, about 6 hours sailing upstream of Budapest. It is the head of the Catholic Church in Hungary and is modelled on St Peters in Rome - See picture, and notice how calm the water ...
... of very cheap beers. For some reason I was expecting we'd be back at the camp at a reasonable hour but unsurprisingly we ended up walking the back streets home and something resembling 4am.
Best way to cure a hangover is to go and shoot a load of weapons (after a massive McDonalds enroute of course). The pistols were awesome - especially the 357 magnum which really got your attention and the AK47 was something new (well it was all very new for Vanessa who had earlier ...
... pizza but I only had about 10% of my pasta. Why do they make the portions so big? If we'd known we would have only had the pizza or the pasta. Definitely not both. No wonder it was so hot today. We saw a thermometer saying it was 36 at 7pm! As we have had quite tiring days with all the guided tours every day we just came back to the hotel after dinner and are relaxing with the bottle of champagne George got for his birthday from Transocean which we hadn't had time to drink ...
... this point I was tapped out so I went back to the hostel, 1/2 block away, and sadly watched the Ducks lose at approx 4 am. I was the first to bed in our hostel room around 4:30 am. Noon ppl started to rise from their temporary graves and it was restart to the partying. Sunday in Budapest has most things closed, at Retox it is the day many had been waiting for, Jäger train Sunday! You could hardly see anyone in the ...
... first thing we did was throw snowballs. It was like idling through a winter wonderland. I think skiing might have to be in my near future, assuming my general lack of bodily coordination doesn't cause serious injury.
Once my washing is done I'm kicking back at the hostel bar and exploring a bit of Budapest. We have a completely free day tomorrow, which means a sleep in. I am going to abuse this sleeping in privilege as much as possible.