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... packed techno club.
Maybe it was a mixture of the latter and the seemingly constant inability to maintain any aspect of the fit lifestyle we'd left back home finally catching up with us, I'm not sure. For us its always been a struggle to find balance between the passion for the lifestyle we've worked so hard to achieve and the constant itch to be off exploring.
With that said we weren't overly upset to move on from Croatia ...
... Euro dollar this year (2014), prices
are quoted in most places in both the currencies. They local currency is Forint
(FT). 1.000 FT is equivalent to about 3.5 Euro. The other interesting fact is
the Budapest is 2 different states before Europe delineation. Buda on the
castle side and Pest on the other end of the Danube. I will certainly want to
make deeper travel in to Eastern Europe soon. The troubled Ukraine is the
eastern border neighbour of Hungray.
... type cave with comfortable walking paths and. Was I ever wrong! After climbing down an eight meter ladder, our adventure into the caves began! Our guide helped us through for the next three hours squeeze through tiny spaces and crawl up walls of rocks. It was such an amazing experience! There were times when you would be on your stomach with your head turned to the side just so that you could wiggle through the tiny little space. Another method ...
... cruise. We passed under several of the architecturally unique bridges that connect the Buda side (Castle Hill) and Pest (central town, shopping districts, Parliament).
After a whirlwind day of touring, the four Musketeers headed to Rosensteins, a recommended restaurant, for a special dinner. We splurged on notable dishes including venison with reduced wine sauce, lamb chops with porcini cream sauce, boar and ...
... the third time on this trip. We made it smoothly in Hungary, and arrived in Budapest at 930pm. We easily found the subway and got to our stop which was a five minute walk to the hostel. I had to call the hostel worker since they didnt have 24/7 reception from the hotel across the street. We waited ten minutes for him to show up with his awesome Hungarian Shephard dog. He was a laid back guy with dreads and he showed us to our very colorful room. We settled in for the night surrounded by orange, yellow, red and green walls. ...