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... hostel chain of the city and it did not disappoint. Such good people, staff who just ask you what you want to pre-drink on and get it in for you, then take you out and get you smashed. What more could you ask for? In fairness, apart from the drinking we did do some pretty cool stuff in Budapest. There's a bar called ExitPoint where essentially they lock you in a room and you have to solve clues and puzzles to escape and get your beer - we did ...
... yes people, the dreaded bed bug. You all knew of my panic around this coming into the trip, so to find the biggest fullest bed bug of all time on this girls mattress made me lose it. I was photographing that bad boy and sprinting two floors down to reception (amongst continuous swearing and screeching) in a matter of minutes. I really thought i was going to be fighting it out, but they were just as horrified as I was, which ...
... to see a great house. Often the cost of seeing a show in one
of the great houses is only marginally dearer than a tour, and far
more satisfying. However, in Budapest, the house was not operating
this week so it was a tour or nothing. My worst fears on tours was
confirmed. It was expensive. They were overwhelmed with
participants and our guide, who had just switched from the German
tour to English was not comfortable with the language and ...
... through it I was still unsure about why there was a caution sign. However, later when walking past the pool again it was revealed that it was actually was a whirlpool! And there really was some danger in entering the pool! This was the funniest of all the pools. When the inside pools closed I went outside and spent another few hours sitting in the outside pools watching the sun set and talking to two British guys who were living in Budapest, one as a teacher and the other doing their ...
... hoping to stumble across somewhere for dinner or a drink. We soon found somewhere for the latter, a quiet little bar, where Kim and I played foosball.
We then tried to walk in the general direction of the hostel through the Jewish Quarter, but ended up over near Keleti Station. We had been recommended a place near the station, so took this as an opportunity to visit it. As we walking through the subway in the station, we were accosted by a ...