Hotel Astra Vendeghaz
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... before we ate. I was the most disgusting thing I have ever tasted. It was 50-60% alcohol and just burnt you eugh soooo bad!! Mine just came back out straight away hahaha!! After dinner we headed to this cool bar which was called a ruins bar and it looked like falls/beavs bar/a back shed with lots of random things and funky lights but we didn't stay long and we walked to the hotel bar and had a few ...
... castle and many other historic sites.
Budapest (the Pest side) is very large but also flat, so very easy to get around on foot. The city itself is full of many, many hundreds of old buildings, with many restored after the bombings of the war. However, while many look superb, many are also showing the signs of neglect and decay with facades just crumbling away. This may well be due to rapid but ...
... top lellers in the house :D
Gillette abdi can rasier mich mit shampoo HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH FUNNYEST **** EVER TRUST NOBODY NOT EVEN URSELF
**** YU *cutie accent*
I would bang aladin and gillete abdi together in a sauna with weed flavoured slushies XD !!!!1!!!!1111!!!!!!1 EYEBROW GAME STRONG PENIS GAME LONG
... move toward the outside of the Parliament building and back over to St. Stephen’s Basilica, both of which are the two tallest buildings in the city at exactly 96 meters high. Interestingly, there are two reasons for this. The first is that 896 is the year the cities were founded, and the parliament building was meant to be completed upon the millennium of that date in 1896 (it didn’t actually get finished until 1904). ...
... going to the baths, but it would be so worth it because I feel so re-energized, rejuvenated, and refreshed that I'm practically glowing. On our way back to the hostel we found a curious little pub that had papers, postcards, and notes (among other things) from previous patrons thumb tacked to the ceilings and walls, so we stopped in for some dessert and drinks to top off our relaxation day. For drinks, I had tokaji (a Hungarian sweet wine that I am in love with) and Chelsea had palinka ...