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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterflat Youth Hostel Budapest
Probably the best Hostel, The people es really nice, great ubication and very clean. Even they clean my clothes
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... If ever I become Queen or Empress of somewhere, I shall fashion my own castle like this one. In other news, due to budget constraints, Dom and I found out what instant mashed potatoes taste like. They are surprisingly delicious. However, if you have a kitchen of your own, I would still recommend regular mashed potatoes…
We also enjoyed the huge shopping district, mostly for the delicious street food. On Halloween night, we enjoyed ...
... into donating) so we went in through the exit and saved some dough. It was unusually dark inside, but one relic could be particularly well-lit for the low, low fee of 240 forint: the right hand of St. Stephen! How creepy is that? Right there in a weird display case made of gold and glass is the nearly 1,000 year old mummified hand of a dead guy. Apparently they even march it around the city on holidays. Gross. Our curiosity satisfied, we left the church and boarded ...
... booklet with some tips for Budapest and some do's and don't's which was really useful! We learnt that the taxi's WILL rip you off, that if you say "thank you" when paying for something it means "thanks, keep the change" and a few other really good tips, so we were pretty thankful that we did the tour on our first whole day there :)
The walking tours are all based on tips, after doing a few of them now you pretty much hear the same speal at the start and ...
... sorbet was definitely worth it. And, even though the drinks were extortionate, Alex and I, being the savvy Interrailers we were, whipped out our bottled water and topped up our glasses with that while the waiter's weren't looking: Us-1, Tourist Traps-Nil!
Visiting the Modern Art Museum in the city's museum quarter later that day was interesting, but it was at that point that loose stomach motions and pains once again started kicking in, and ...
Come Fly with Me:
Step Three: Trying to not look American
Lots to catch-up on here; I know it has only been one day, but with all this time change and jet-lag I feel like I've been traveling for a week.
Let’s start back where I left off… on the 'air-bus’ to London:
Anything called a ‘bus’ shouldn’t fly… As I watched hundreds (I am serious) of people board the ‘air ...