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From Norway to explore Budapest in Hungary with love

Budapest possesses a rich and fascinating history as well as a vibrant cultural heritage. Recognizing the unique value of its traditions it has managed to maintain its magic and charm, and is rightly known as the Queen of the Danube. It has also been called the City of Spas, as there are a dozen thermal baths complexes served by over a hundred natural thermal springs:

Hotel Victoria Budapest
Picture borrowed from Hotel Victoria’s web page


That’s where my wife and I are going for a long weekend and we are both so excited. We’re prepared, have red a lot about this beautiful city – are packed and now ready to get some sleep and tomorrow morning: Budapest – here we comes!

Btw: I’m not even sure if I’ll take my computer with as there is no internet connection where we are staying. Besides: I want to explore, stay in the presents and focus on the adventures and this 5 days of quality time with Diane. So then I hope you understand if I’m not that active in Blogsphere dear friends and regular readers!

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28 Comments

  1. Can’t wait to see the photos and hear of your short break, Renny. I’ve heard the Budapest is a beautiful city…now you can show us. Have a lovely time.

  2. Hello friend – Breathtaking site. Know that you and Diane will leave your cares behind and have a wonderful time.

    May Your Glass Always Be Half Full

  3. Wow, what a wonderful vacation! I hope you have the best time ever and I can’t wait to see the pictures, especially the food!

    Love and Blessings,
    AngelBaby

  4. You will already be on the way by now I should think, so my best wishes are sent through the ether for a wonderful break. I’m sure we all look forward to some great posts about all your impressoins.

  5. Hey Renny,

    What a lovely picture!

    I hope you have loads of fun with Diane, and relax: we will still be here when you get back :D!

    Have Fun!

    Cheers

  6. Hey, thanks a lot for the info! I have never had my nails done before nor eyebrows or had a massage, so for a once in a lifetime opportunity, 40.00 seems worth it! Thanks for the tip!

  7. Have a wonderful time in one of my favorite cities. Try the Tokjai wine (spelling?) It is wonderful!
    Congratulations on your hole in one!
    I apologize for not being in touch much with you and Diane. The puppies and a sick Anneliese have kept me very busy!

  8. Have a wonderful time and don’t worry about blogging – it’s summer and everything slows down a bit. Enjoy!

  9. Awww that’s awesome! Hopefully I can meet you guys in Oslo soon since I am taking a trip there with Odd while we’re in Fredrikstad for 8 days visiting his parents. Anyway, is it okay if you can send me your number again probably through email since I lost your number when I changed phone and number.

  10. Hi Rene!

    How was the trip? I remember when I visited Budapest alone for a business trip. I was sent for a 5 day conference from Seattle and loved it! I did visit those famous spas and it was an experience I will never forget. Did you and your wife just love it?

    Warm Regards,

    Johanne (now living in Oslo)

  11. Once I live in the Netherlands with Astrid, we have already talked about how we will NOT take our laptops with us when we travel…so that we will totally experience the experience! We need to do that more often!

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