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- Long bus from Krakow to Budapest, via Bratislava. English Adam came with us too.
- Strange hostel guys - very fickle, occasionally really friendly and helpful, but other times not even wanting to look at us. Dominic not caring when I'm injured (twice), including when he is the one that hurt my foot!
- Very strange French …
The next stop on our trip was to the beautiful Amalfi Coast, where we stayed in Sorrento. The hostel that we stayed in was called Seven Hostel and it was huge, it was more like a hotel then a hostel. The rooms were very spacious and clean and the hostel was right near the train station so it was easy to get around.
During our time on the …
Before I left, a good friend of mine suggested that I see one of the many natural hot springs in downtown Budapest. Little did I know but these massive old facilities are not your typical hot tub and pool.
The hungarians call them baths, and essentially, this is what they are used for. The most famous bath (also the one I went to) is …
This was an uneventful couple of days. I think I spent most of my time trying to figure out where to go next and a solid evening backing up and organizing my pictures on the laptop.
Budapest, like Prague, seems like a typical larger city in the US. It is quite laid back and the culture seems quite American compared to most of Western …
... be similar style portraits. Since I'm here for a month I can always come back.
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How has this hostel rated in the past?
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Love the decorating in this hostel - lots of colours and nautical-like things around. Good staff and lots of free drinks. Comfortable hostel
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