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So I followed the instructions on the website, I got to the neighbourhood by subway and then walk to the hostel from the subway station. However, I kinda got lost a bit, cos that point was like a traffic junction and streets are quite confusing. I had to ask people on the streets and wonder for quite a while to find it. Whats more challenging is ...
... He and his 2 friends were traveling to Germany to start again, never to go back he said. We had found the common ground of converstaion that was Football. He was a fan of B Munich and the young lad Real Madrid. We spoke of the English, Spanish and German leagues and laughed at mocking Chelsea.
I admit I didn't sleep much these two nights for whatever reasons but I genuinely wish Mohammed Mohammed and Mohammed a safe walk to finding a new ...
... and I would for sure go back if I was in Budapest again. Tuk Tuk bar for my free drink. Then decided to go to a ruin pub close by. Cool place. Had a palinka shot and a beer. **** that shot was strong. Wow. Then had to watch a couple make out in front of me, how lovely. Side note, I don't think people are used to seeing a brown person, hahaha. If only they all knew I was from Los ...
... ask where I might find said pastries. The girl was very nice and pointed me across the street to a small hut looking thing. It was a street vendor that was making the most simple, yet amazing goodies! Don’t ask me how to pronounce it, but if you’re ever in Budapest, look for this “Kürtöskalács.” So yummy! Once I had my delicious cinnamon dough roll thinger, I made my way back to the apartment to gather my things, catch a train to the airport and ...
... to sleep leaving me to drive them in luxury to Rome.
What an amazing place. There are many old things you can see. I went to the Colosseum and loved it but I liked the Castel Sant'Angelo even more. It has an 800 metre long walkway to the Pope's whare so he can do the bolt from bad guys and take refuge in the castle. Also a good spot to get a look at Rome from up high.
After a couple of days in Rome I moved on towards Venice this ...