Aventura Boutique Hostel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... local pate and smoked meats and honeycomb. After showers and packing, we hit the road for the 398km drive to Buda and Pest. Our longest drive of this trip and probably the dullest (scenery wise). Gone are the amazing sheer vertical mountain ranges of the alps that we had been come accustomed to, and hello dry flat plains. We left Austria and crossed the boarder to transit through Slovenia and into Hungry. Occasionally we came across massive fields of sunflowers, but the sun was in ...
... got everyone to try a slice). In the end, she was asked to provide the class with the recipe, and I believe we now know what the teachers are getting on the last day of school on Friday.
There were many activities at the bazaar all run by parents, unlike the pet show when they had outside vendors. Sam made a sling shot (notching and sanding the wood and tying the elastic). Blake and played ping pong (though not in the tournament). Eventually, Blake took off ...
... The statue of Hussar general Andras Hadik • hospital in the Rock, an underground hospital established during WWII under the Buda Castle • Matthias Church • Fisherman's Bastion • st George's Statue • Disz Square • Sandor Palace • The National Gallery - we just saw the building which is very impressive; we were too tired to go in. • The Royal Palace (first completed in 1265) • Buda Castle • Lion's Yard • Big Rondella ...
... take pictures of the dumb thing, but it was interesting to see. As soon as the Parliament tour was over we had a plan. We were all dead tired and wanted to get to the Matthius church (for the third time in three days) as soon as possible so we could see the inside and get back to our hostel in time for a nap before tonight's meeting. We could see the church from where we stood, and it looked to be a thousand miles away. Dreading the thought of crossing a bridge ...
... Our paragliding guide showed up and took us in his car to the top of the mountain which took about 15 minutes or so. There was a driver and another guide as well. At the top of the mountain they unloaded the gear and setup. We could see three different cities from the top and the ocean. I got my gear put on me first and then Courtney did as well. She was really getting scared and actually had tears going down her face just before take off. The driver was trying to console ...