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Would you believe it..today we slept in again!! Had to get up though to shower and get to an Irish pub that would be playing the NRL grand final for us, casually getting ready, I was chatting to Johnny on Facebook, he asked what we were doing for the day, I said we were just getting ready to head into town to go watch the game..Little do we know …
The next day, day 37, will go down in history as one of the most exciting days. I was ready to put myself out of my comfort zone. With a small sign in hand, Rebecca and I took the train, then the bus, then a 2km walk to the petrol station by the highway and stook there with a stupid grin on our faces, hoping for a car to stop and give us a lift to …
First trip to Europe, first time taking RyanAir.
Rallied up with Jonathan, Neil, Susan and George at Baker Street. First time I met George. :)
Stayed overnight at Stansted, made them fall in love with Monopoly Deal.
Arrived in Bratislava, George got a bit of questioning for being Russian haha.
Took the bus to town centre, didn't …
We got up super early to catch our bus to Bratislava. It worked out well as Vienna bus station was situated at an underground station a few stops away from us. It was a pretty cool bus too! €7.20 got us across the border, and with free wifi! It only took an hour for beautiful Vienna to turn into the slightly more run down and rough looking …
After yesterday night's crazy ride back home (which I will post later), I only managed to get 1.5 hours of sleep. Reluctantly waking up, Gabi and I packed and left the house we've been calling home for the past month.
Before leaving Hungary, I grabbed Snickers Crunchers. This was introduced in New Zealand about 10 years ago, and was my …
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Patio hostel is quite close to the bus station where international buses arrive and is really close to the city centre (5 minutes walk). The staff is friendly and extremely helpful. The beds are comfortable and the hostel has a nice, spacious common room for travellers to hang out. There is also a kitchen on every floor and the best part... free laundry! I would recommend staying at this hostel.
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