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... that men can travel alone, and do whatever they want, but a girl traveling alone. Oh no!! Aren't you scares. You must be lonely! Not sure why solo female travelers are supposed to be sad and lonely all the time, but no one would ever think a solo male traveler would ever feel lonely. The world is an incredible amazing, beautiful place, and there are wonderful people everywhere!!! ...
... Stomachs full (pretty much bursting!) we set off to leave Slovakia and head into Hungary...
Sorry for the long write up but there aren't many pictures to go with this one, but in Summary;
If you ever consider going to Bratislava and you want to Camp then please do not consider this campsite, also if you are looking for a Hotel, avoid Hotel Flora.
Ok, so there may be some good points about this site, I'm not actually sure there ...
... beautiful!! Put it on the bucket list!! At 4:30, we learn that our boat has not moved so we have to take the three hour bus ride back to Bratislava. The ship will have an open bar and dinner for us. Because our flight is out of Budapest at 6:25am, we will have to finish packing, settle our bill, and board the bus again in just a few hours to make the three hour trek again to Budapest. Yikes!! I'm glad I saved a couple if Ambien for the flight ...
... the bridge over the Danube from the communist days. Our camera decided not to work for a week (now fixed) so we don't have many photos. Had a good drinking session with people from our hostel. The people that you meet at a hostel generally aren't the type of people that we normally hang out with so it always make for an interesting night ...
... s. On the other side of the tower, the city is really modern and busy, with lots of buses and cars.
We also got to stop by Primate's Palace, where the Mayor has his office. The courtyard is very elegant, and the building was built in 1778, giving it a great neoclassical look. If a certain window is open on the front of the building, that means the Mayor is in.
Along our tour, there were many crown medallions that were on the street. Each ...