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... hadn't missed the 10:02 train after all! It was a great train- very modern, clean and instead of compartments it had open seating. I happened to stand right were the carriage door was, so I was first on and found seats for Jim and me quickly. There were already people on the train, not sure where they got on.... The cost was a little more than a ticket back to Bratislava ( we had a return ticket for Budapest to Bratislava, as it was cheaper than one way) so we figured we'd go ...
... here for sure.
Too often though, I am unaware of the magnitude that this self-absorbing state has taken over, until all of a sudden it is lifted by the brightness of light streaming into my very being and my spirit is lifted.
Wow. Let me bask in it!
I feel like I can take on the world again. Life seems so much more ablaze with possibilities and potential. My hope is renewed.
This is transformation.
This morning started off a bit slow but turned out to be jammed packed beginning with a climb of Gellert Hill. Not for the faint of heart, it's a series of staircases and ramps. My body said no, but I knew there would be some kind of reward! Apparently St. Gellert was the first Christian in Hungary, and was not met with open arms. The authorities shoved him in a barrel and rolled him off the hill. Well, that's the abridged version! At the top of the hill ...
... old staircase to the top floor where the hostel was. We checked in to what seemed like someone's apartment, and got shown to our room, and our beds, which seemed essentially to be just wooden pallets with mattresses on top! It did NOT have a good vibe, and I was a little confused as to how it had such good reviews and ratings! At least it's cheap!! So we went in our room, which we were the only people in that night, and hung out for a while before going to ...
... have dinner with him and went home for a shower and to get ready. We met him at his hotel and walked along the river until we found a nice place. We enjoyed some good food and wine and it capped off Budapest nicely!
Budapest is a great city, it’s as western as countries like Italy and has some great sights and history. I love the ruin bar scene that they have going and the place really seems alive. It’s got a grungy edge that I enjoy. Now onto Krakow, ...
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