And just like that our time in Florence is done! We’ve been here thirty days but it feels like much more and also much less. So much style and culture here, tattoos, bikes and new friends.
Even though we aren’t usually keen on the usual tourist spots, there’s so much amazing stuff to see in Prague ya just gotta do it.
We arrived at the Prague train station from Budapest and our 5.5 hours train journey that really didn’t feel that long. We had plenty of water and food and a comfortable carriage (with AC!) so we arrived feeling fresh.
Mum’s Must-Do for Budapest was to take the ferry down the Danube. This trip was great fun and we saw some cool sights along the way.
Week three sees our intrepid family knocking off the rest of our Must-Do items and having fun at the FINA 2017 World Championships. The Fun Zone became our second home!
Budapest has a rich history but it also is moving forward quickly. It has a vibrant art scene to go along with its historical monuments and culture.
We arrived in Budapest on a warm evening and let Tamas, our host, know we were coming. We grabbed a cab, and the taxi stand was super efficient! You order a cab and they hand you a receipt with the cab licence number and total fare; in this case 6.50 Euros; not very much for a 20 minute cab ride!
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