7x24 Central Hostel
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... gave all the ladies a beautiful long stem red rose) and Gala Welcome Dinner. Champagne yukkk Wine/Beer :) Yep they think of everything, a vase for rose appears in our room. After dinner off to the lounge for drinks and music by Gabor. Our beds are turned down every night and a chocolate left on our pillow. Rob has decided to save his, not me :)
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Hősök tere (English: Heroes' Square) is one of the ...
... Today was Regensburg, Germany. We went on a wonderful walking tour of the city with a sweet young American girl from Elkhart, Indiana. She looked very much like Hannah! Her mannerisms were also quite mindful of H. Regensberg has a large medieval section that was spared in the war. The town hall was a highlight during the walking tour. We bought some chocolate at Prinzess cafe where we waited out the downpour under umbrellas, missed out on the sausage and roll on ...
... when we’d walked past it a few days earlier, and when returning that night to try it out, discovered it was only open for lunch. So we returned on our last day and had our best Budapest meal by far. More like a deli, you select from the trays of paprika sausages, salads, crispy potatoes, pork knuckle and all sorts of other meat that they cook fresh on the spot. It was all delicious and for just over $20 we ate like kings, washed down with 2 local beers! Definitely not ...
... since the city has been homelessness illegal). On the other side I climbed up the hill to see the Castle complex that includes the old palace, now the National Gallery and Library, National Dance auditorium that used to be the monks quarters (I thought that was interesting) and stunning churches up a wooded walk for an impressive view of most of the city including the Parliament building and Basilica further in the distance. I was very impressed by the impressive ...
Another week, another eastern European destination.
This time, I took a 7 hour bus ride (not recommended) to visit Hungary, a country I had never really wished to visit but I heard so many good things about Budapest that I had no choice to book it.
Got to the bus station, and great, no wifi. Look up in my phone to get directions and I accidentally delete the email from the hostel. Great start! I managed to remember the first metro line I had to take, but ...