Wednesday 25 May 2016
Day four of our cruise on the Danube
at Esztergom, Hungary
- the largest church in Hungary and former capital city.
Towelling snail on the bed.
Rival ship from Rousse
View of Visegrád
Old castle at Visegrád
Five churches in one photo.
The weather was warming up - so down to some serious sunbathing.
Hungarian water ferry.
The "Aquamarina" floating hotel.
Ships that pass in the day.
In sight of Budapest.
First sight of the Hungarian
on the Pest side.
on the Buda side.
Nearing our moorings....
on the Citadel.
Turning round to face upstream.....
- with Gellert Spa and Baths.
Cultural Centre and 'The
' on the Pest side.
Gellert Spa and the Citadel on the Buda side.
Easing in to our moorings.
Gently does it.
Off on our coach trip around Budapest.
On foot at Heroes'
Millenium Monument in the centre.
Staute of the Angel Gabriel.
Grave of the Unknown Soldier.
near Heroes' Square.
Same old Trabant as last year at the Fisherman's Bastion on the
I donated in 2015 - but I don't see any improvement!!
on Buda Hill.
The King's Raven ensign.
of King St. Stephen
View across the Danube to the Parliament Building.
Another view without the tourist in the way!
Matthias church - without the tourists in the way.
Looking down on Budapest from the Citadel.
How big Tony?
Kay and Tony.
Not a glass-bottomed boat.
Turkish thermal baths
in the early evening light.
Liberty statue as we set off for our night river cruise.
Parliament building all lit up....
Approaching the Chain Bridge.
Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church.