Grand Hostel Buda
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... our friends from Adelaide onboard. We chatted until we exited at the station. They were on their way back to their hotel to get a taxi to their river boat. Twas good to catch up with them especially in a city of nearly 2 million people.
With the tickets purchased, we started the walk back to the hotel. The New York Cafe had been recommended to us. We first checked the menu and found ...
... with his face. Those brows are nae geed mate!!!! If I was the judge of a hot or not mag, you would not even make the NOT list, *****!
RIDZ OPINION ON PAPA'S GUYS: let's be ******* honest here they all look like weak ass fags that drink lukewarm weak coffee with milk in! FAGOTS! where the **** is there manly facial hair, answer, ITS NOT ******* There BECAUSE THEYRE FAGS, let's start with my most hated Tom Hiddlecunt, he literally just ...
After breakfast we caught a tram into town towards Heroes Square. We couldn't make it the whole way there because the metro was closed as Vladmir Putin was in town. So we walked up to the House of Terror, a museum of Hungary's modern history of both Nazi and Soviet occupation. The Nazis took over Hungary and persecuted the Jews and then the Soviet Union along with the allies in WW2 defeated the Nazis leaving the soviets in charge of Hungary. Stallin then persecuted the Hungarians ...
... br> We wander towards the market and stumble
across a handbag shop. Once our roomies had left when we started packing it
seemed that one of our male busabout buddies had mistakenly packed Briony’s
large leather handbag so we needed to replace it quickly. We buy ourselves a
handbag that I could use as a satchel if it needs to happen. We wander through
the huge market, which has a top floor and a underground but apparently dodgy
area. The stalls ...
... pictures of the exterior then went in to purchase our tickets. Unfortunately, pictures weren't permitted so I don't have any interior shots at all. The palace was built in 1735 by Count Antal Grassalkovich and he was honoured by a visit from Austrian Empress Maria-Theresa, which prompted the decoration of a special room for her with extensive marble and gold leaf. The palace was expanded by the counts son and grandson, with the estate later being sold to ...