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A day in transit is always stressful, especially if you know you have to negotiate the busiest metro station in the whole of Paris, switching from metro to RER train and ending up at Charles de Gaulle airport, all with 20kg cases in tow! Add to that the fact that we had booked a cheapo airline and hoped that we'd be able to find it in Terminal 2D! It all worked and we arrived in Budapest to find Michael waiting for us in the terminal. The walk from the ...
... and the largest synagogue in Europe, so learnt further about the tragic Jewish history.
Took a trip out to Szentendre, on the bend of the Danube – an old artists colony that is now very quaint with it's cobbled streets.
I loved Budapest and definitely could have stayed longer, but sadly, my time in Europe was ...
... in one of the ruin bars that are all over the city. Ruin bars take over the ground floor of dilapidated old buildings (hence saving them from demolition), turn them sort of trendy and encourage their preservation and maintenance so they are important. They are also eclectic. Today's was the 'tooth bar', hence the lips because it used to house a dentist and dental practice. There are heaps of really wired ones dotted throughout the Jewish quarter. We ate at a ...
... little bit like Prague. I bought some sushi for lunch and ate it at the market, and then slowly headed back to the hostel to rest before Tahlia got in. I passed the Jewish Synagogue on my way and decided to have a peak. I had to wear a shawl over my shoulders but the actualy church was beautiful on the inside. There was a museum and a memorial out the back, which were also really interesting. I got back to the hostel and had a shower because I was so sweaty ...
... pay 28 euro to get dropped off at my apartment door with luggage in a foreign country. I will explore the metro and such later, when I am not tired and have had more than 10 seconds to look at the map.
And long story short we made it to the apartment, met up with another friend (Erin), and then proceeded to the streets for a drink and to force ourselves to stay awake until a reasonable hour to go to bed.
So with my first European drink ...
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