Corvin Point Hostel
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... the guards similar to England, but in a much smaller scale. The view from this area was wonderful.
If you use hand sanitizer more than twice a day, this may not be the place for you. It was extremely dirty, not in a New York City kind of way, but that maybe they just didn't have the resources to keep it clean. The buildings are old and tall and anything facing the major streets were exceptionally dirty and grimy.
Next stop....... Prague
... of the war. We walked the streets where the battles were fought.
Going back to the Cathedral, it was used as a Muslim mosque by the Otterman Turks for 150 years and as a horse stable by the Germans and Italians during WW2.
We crossed the river and toured Pesh, lots of marvellous Squares and dominated by the Parliament building which we sent photos through of last night. It ...
... across the chain bridge towards the basilica, where Blake's book radar went off, realizing that we were steps away from the english language bookstore. I couldn't deny them a quick stop when they have been reduced to re-reading norse mythology during school. We caught up with Doug and Keith at the basilica and wandered the gorgeous gilt interior. St. Stephen's petrified right hand was in a side chapel "the crypt of the holy hand". Sam was pretty horrified by the idea ...
... chili, with kidney beans, sliced kolbasz sausage and ground paprika. Sam and Blake started playing with their weapons in a little grassy area and attracted quite a following of little Hungarian boys (toddlers) who were all attacking them. As he kept running by to try to stay out of their reach (the one was kicking Blake in the head when he fell to the ground), Sam would ask "can we go now?", "can we go now?", so we finally took pity on him ...
... were. So we guessed and walked fifteen minutes through some woods, but then ended up at a road and walked back. In the end we went to the shop and bought a pastry (Hungarian pastries are mysterious and tasty!) and some juice and waited for the next train. This caused some confusion with the young girl guard as it turned out you can't break your journey, so we had to buy an entire new pair of tickets at the same price, as it's a fixed price no ...