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... on Saturday, and that was great. But I had another force to contend with... a massive hangover. I could barely get my self from park bench to park bench to take photos and enjoy the city. I had, six hours... until my train left for Budapest. I didn't think I was going to make it. Luckily the hotel kept my backpack until then, so I just tried to enjoy the day and mostly just people watched. Which was great because I think there were three weddings in the central square that ...
... was hopping, and beautiful. Damn, what to do, what to do? I've waited so long to see Budapest, and it was one of the main inspirations for this trip to begin with. I had to call in some reinforced affirmations. I called my parents on Skype to tell my situation. I think I knew I wanted to stay here a night and day, I just needed someone to push me that little bit. Well it didn't take too much convincing for me to grab my ...
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October 14, 2014
We arrived in Kosice on our night train from Lviv, Ukraine. It was another restless night, what with the customs and conductors knocking on the door, and the woman next door coughing up a lung.
We didn't plan on spending the night in Kosice. ...
... exactly how many young educated people have left Hungary to work overseas.
How interesting is that.The British government doesn't know either!
* Even though we miss out on Sarospatak, if you are passing this way, it does seem to merit a visit.
*We have supper at the only restaurant in the village. It tastes surprisingly good.
... century and has been restored recently. We had to go up a ramp to enter the castle through its main gate, then were in the area between the inner castle and the outer wall, which was topped with guard towers and walkways. In this area is a restored grain wheel with a funnel, similar to a waterwheel, which was used to grind grain into flour and was about 15 feet in diameter- of course every kid wanted to get in the wheel and walk in it, grinding some "grain". Inside the inner castle ...