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... plan and an hour later we arrived in yet another country, but unfortunately this was not the main station here, so after talking to the ticket agent there it turns out there were only two options. The first was to take a bus across town to Bratislava’s main station and then figure something out from there with no guarantees. The second was to backtrack to another station in the small town we just left and catch a train ...
... and we finally ended in this place we'd only heard good things about from other travelers, 'Instant'. We joined with two other girls from the hostel and a group of guys we met on the pub crawl to head here, it was definitely worth the trek. We left Budapest the next day feeling fulfilled with our time here and felt although quite mellow, was spent effectively.
Next venture is Croatia and Ultra Festival, both soooo excited and will check in around the 19th.
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... we got a kebab I apparently professed my love for Niamh and she thought it was really cute. We got back and went to sleep but were woken by Christina coming in with the stupid scary doll and freaking us out. Nim also then thought it would be a great idea to put on as many clothes as possible, including the ones that belonged to the boys in the room. It ended up being a very weird and eventful night. Wednesday day we finally did washing. We'd tried for three days but it had always ...
... over both of them. Bought 2 x Budapest Passes (€33 each) at the rail station here which gives us 72 hours free public transport, entry to 8 museums, entry to a spa bath, 2 x walking tours! Wow, we'll need a holiday after this, only have 3 days to cover Budapest. Caught the subway to Lilla's and had to go down then up the steepest, longest & fastest elevators I've ever been on, bloody scary! Lilla is lovely, English is perfect & those people we've spoken ...
... back to the baggage claim, bags were coming out. I grabbed mine and we were off! It was just before 8 pm and the last train to Zaragoza leaves Madrid Atocha station (on the complete opposite side of the city) at 9:30 PM. I walked quickly through the airport to the metro sign, got a ticket and got on the line 8. I don’t remember the line 8 from when I was here a month and a half ago. It was only five stops to Nuevos Ministerios, and I definitely remember ...