Corvin Point Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... t stay for long, only long enough to sample some Paprikash Chicken). Everywhere you go there are flags proudly hanging, monuments to famous Hungarian leaders and general nationalistic adoration. This is particularly true in regards to the 1956 uprising when the Hungarians revolted against the Soviet occupation.
Hungarians are light on facts when it comes to history
Remember that awkward period of time between 1914 - 1945 when ...
... reasonable price. This was after two hours of walking around the shops, and I was feeling hungry again, so decided to grab some food at the foodcourt. I had a piece of fish with salad and a custard tart. It wasn't that great, but kept me going while I continued looking around the shops. Just as well I was close to toilets, because after another hour my stomach started rumbling and I needed to go badly. Bloody woman attendant made me wait while ...
... in Croatia.
Proximity to the Metro system (20min walk and on a bus route) is a bonus of the Arena Camp location. Trains run every few minutes, into the city centre. Unlike many undergrounds, the trains are a social meeting places. Groups of young people travel chatting amongst themselves in animated but not intrusive tones. Lots of people chatting on mobiles too. The ...
We finally had our outing today with Barbara and Daniel and their two girls, Laura and Tamara that was rescheduled multiple times because of sick kids. Barbara (and now Daniel too) have been the ones pulled in to help with translation with Blake's teacher. Laura is in Blake's class and seems to be very quiet, contemplative girl in the sea of chaos which is Blake's class. (I have watched her when Akos is going over math, mentally willing ...
... of small statues and carvings on the building's facade was amazing. I walked all around the building and the sun started to shine behind the clouds, and it was the first glimpse of sun I was to see in Europe. (I would have to wait another 10 days to see the sun again).
By then, my feet was getting tired. I had walked around 5km already,and wanted to just lie down, so I made my way back to the hostel, with many photographic breaks. There was just so many things ...