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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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After such a great start yesterday, I was even more excited to find out more about Budapest today.
What’s better than to kick start a new day with a little bit of shopping? So I went to the number one shopping street in Budapest: Vaci street.
Although it was early, there are already quite a lot of people there. I guess …
Im not sure, but I think I woke up pretty early on the next day, like 8am,(it's so early for me) cos I was so pumped up to start the day!
According to the map that the receptionist gave me yesterday, the State Opera House was so close to the hostel that I can just walk there in 3 minutes. So that easily become my first stop. As I walked …
So here I am, landed in Budapest, Hungary; extremely excited about it, cos I'm finally in Europe! By the time I get there, it was already evening time, so I just went straight to the hostel.
I found this hostel on hostelworld, actually this is the first time for me to live in the hostel alone. But as I have to "keep costs low", hostel …
... is very much a staple in Hungary. And it melted in our mouths. Dessert was strudel - choice of grapes or cheese, so sampled both, naturally. We ended with coffee - again quite strong, and some good conversation around the table. Margarite didn't speak any English, but was very good natured and enjoyable. We all wished we could have spoken with her through a translator.
What a delightful day trip!
Back on board the ship, we met newly arrived people ...
... the trip. Once in Imil, we took a local taxi back to Marrakech, with four other locals (this is in a regular sized sedan) and spent the night doing laundry, buying train tickets and visiting our favourite cafe. We got an early morning train to Fes, the Moroccan capital of soup and leather. And indeed it did not disappoint. As a city, Fes felt quite different to Marrakech from the beginning. Stall holders were not interested in bartering, instead giving you an immediate fair price, ...