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... correct than me with his humour but not so! Nathalie noted the laundry was not folded as nice, etc as in Prague.
A flexible schedule today. We went to the Opera House as Nathalie wanted to see if she could get tickets. Arjan the puppy dog would go just to accompany her on the Saturday premiere but I was disinclined, especially if one had to do the tuxedo route. Relented for the Sunday night.
It was then a question of where. First row balcony was further ...
... We headed back to the hostel to shower and change before returning to our beloved Szimpla for the rest of the night. During which, Keerthi and I bumped into MAURIZIO AND HUAN FROM AMSTERDAM!!!!!!! That **** cra' ...
Basically, we got drunk again, danced a bit, fell asleep (with me and Martin still having swopped beds) and woke up just in time to check out and catch the 1pm to Zagreb.
Now comes the funny part.
We caught a train at 1pm till 6pm from Budapest to ...
... through the fairytale like castle situated in the middle. At one of the many stalls there was a lady with a cockatiel and a box of folded papers and for 2forint (50cents) you could get the bird to pick out a specific paper for you like a fortune cookie so I did that however still don’t know what it says because its in Hungarian… Anyway after wandering around ...
... and beautiful architecture. Our first day there we saw the Parliament, St. Stephen's Basilica, the Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, and Fisherman's Bastion. It was a lot of walking, but totally worth it! The style is totally different than Barcelona and I really enjoyed it! We also saw the Central Synagogue which is the largest in all of Europe!
When you walk through the city you see remnants of its communist history which was ...
... this meant that one masseuse would massage each of the two of us with one of his or her pair of hands, whether they would first do one, then the other, or whether there would be two side-by-side masseuses simultaneously working on side-by-side bodies. Stay tuned for what we found out to be the case.
Our English-speaking angel led us to the cashier where we paid the entry and massage fees. Then we were fitted with plastic wrist bands that looked like ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed