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... order meet yesvy dishes to underline our masculinity, and ended the day with a visit to the very impressive fortress before a walk back to the train on the banks of the Danube river. Another city which had battled back from a bad start to leave a decent impression. The day ended back where it had begun, in the 1970s time capsule that was the station cafe - this time filled with policemen seemingly entralled with a dreadful we think Croatian soap opera as we awaited the next ...
... to get a bus into town where our hostel was but apparently they don't sell bus tickets in the airport....he didn't seem to understand why either. So, after taking us back and forth across the airport, he brings us to the taxi station and helps load us into a taxi before leaving. I show the taxi driver the address and he takes us to downtown and a building that looks super worn down and not a place where people came to stay. After using the intercom to reach ...
... to go to the river. We started walking and ended up in „La Cantina de Frida", a fancy place with good music, nice people and OK prices. After a Sex on the beach for Tez and a beer for me, we decided to go to the boat party so we crossed the bridge and waited a little in line to get in (no entrance free). Unfortunately they didn't accept credit cards so we were there just for a little bit and then went home. It was a fun night.
Next day we had to leave really early in the ...
... in the mornings. This day, I only needed one. It was strong!!
When we got back to the apartment house, Bill and Zoran went off to Kurtak, and I stayed home and did laundry and read. It was a very relaxing morning.
When Bill came home, he told me two things: (1) that Zoran's cafe hang out was right next to where we had parked to go ...
....1) The Danube Cycle Way; Donaueschingen to Budapest by John Higginson