Corvin Point Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... 20 minutes later. At this point it was still pouring rain, but there was no more hail at least. We tried to wait it out another 20 minutes so we could walk home but decided to try and call a cab since we were getting cold and wanted to be back at the hostel. After finally getting through to somebody, they barely spoke English and neither myself or Maggie could come close to pronouncing the street we were on. I tried ...
... some extremely unhealthy pastry and cheese delights in Krakow and a few other items that escape my mind at present. I've also had things like McDonalds and KFC at the truckstops on the travel days, or Italian food in non-Italian countries because that's where the crowd felt like eating. For me, it's just as interesting to see foreign interpretations of food I can get back home as it is to try uniquely foreign food. Sometimes you can ...
... 8216;hyper’ market (I guess that is bigger than a supermarket?) is keeping a low profile?
It was a wet, windy day today, and our only activities were another language lesson at Marianna’s house, and then a trip to the large shopping center on the way to Budapest. We still don’t have a power cord for the Xbox, but we do have slippers for everyone and I think we have ...
Here we are once more on a train, which we made by the skin of our teeth. It's off to Cesky Krumlov we go this morning, a 9 hour 46 min journey including an hour and a half stop in Linz which we don’t mind. Daniel the lovely Irishman who met us at the apartment the other day organized for us to be picked up this morning at 6.30am but by 6.40am when Abris, our driver, hadn’t arrived we rang Daniel who let out a very Irish expletive. ...
... 3pm. After an already disorganized beginning of the trip, we were finally on the road around 4pm.
We arrived in Budapest around 9 or 9:30 and it was qiuite the ordeal to get checked in at the hostel. Disorganization point number 2 of the weekend. Once the rooms were finally figured out, we were separated into two groups of people who needed money from an ATM and others who needed to use a currency exchange place. I went with the ATM group and ...