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... be told they had missed me. After waiting a further 30 mins in the rain I went back inside and asked for a refund and for them to book a taxi.
My taxi arrived and we had to do a deal between Hungarian coin and British Pounds, as I just didn’t have enough on me. I made it to the airport, got through customers, passport control and checking my bag in with 20 mins to spare before I had to board - just enough time to enjoy a quick bite.
And lucky I had ...
... t-mobile store where he got two basic Samsung "pay-as-you-go" smart phones. There is no phone in this house and it was clearly driving Erika, the school and others crazy that we had no phone numbers. Keith does not have them working yet, but the numbers should be +36307600218 (Keith) and +36307738893 (Laura). We will be paying per text/minute so not for constant use, but you should be able to reach us with these numbers if you need to.
... a little confused about where he was going. The lady at the hostel the night before had given him the address of the Big Fish Hostel, where I was supposed to be staying, but where I would drop my pack for the day until I took the train to Bratislava. The hostel was definitely in the middle of downtown Pest, a bit east of the Danube.
My first indication something was wrong was when we crossed to Buda and were on the west side of the Danube. But ...
... It was a little pricey for Budapest but a real treat for both of us. We indulged in delicious coffee and cake under glass chandeliers and painted mural ceilings. That evening we had a Hungarian buffet dinner where we tried a variety of dishes at a very affordable price. Overall a very good day out :)
On our last day we decided to go to the food market and have lunch at home after missing the morning walking tour. After lunch, we (thankfully) made ...
... took a little longer than expected, and having an appointment at the TRAP game base at 3pm, we power-walked (like seriously I think we managed the distance in Olympic qualifying time) back across to Buda to a back street, where the game is set up.
The idea is very simple, get locked in a room and find clues to disarm the bomb in a case hidden somewhere in the vicinity – easy (think Saw but without ...