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- Continental Breakfast
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... the road. Sadly as we rode south the weather changed. Like Superman looking for a phone box, we scanned the roadside for a bus shelter. Just in time we found what we were looking for and donned our waterproofs.
Just before the Romanian border we passed through the town of Szeged. So many beautiful buildings but sadly no opportunity to stop. The city obviously was prosperous, and indeed still is, being at the centre ...
... another gallery, which was a treat. Originally our plan was to extend our stay a couple of days and then head to Lake Balaton for a couple of days hiking/swimming/sailing, however this was thwarted by both our bodies seemingly wanting to purge every last drop of Morocco, and we decided to spend a total of one week in Budapest. It was a shame, however the city had much to offer and we were grateful to be able to spend some time well there. Oooo we have just had word ...
... I walk through the main square on the way to my hostel and observe a lovely fountain on the main pedestrian way.
Planning to return one day to spend more time with family I will have to come back here.
It's a quick shower and bed before morning comes far too early.
At least the scenery was amazing.
... the kindness. My sister Karen actually gave me that towel when we went to Italy over her Spring Break in 2009. I gifted it to Mariah who said she would gift it to someone else. The American is super cool too. She's writing a blog and just doing a nomadic kind of lifestyle. I wish them the best. They are really awesome women. I'm glad I'm on this trip as a solo backpackers meeting other solo female travelers. I didn't take any photos today. ...
... trying to encourage paedophilia?
I avoided museums as usual, which turned out to be a good thing as apparently the art galleries here aren't that good. Since the town is mostly a student town there are lots of cafes and drinking holes, but not many designed to entertain tourists. There was one place that caught my eye, which was a small museum about the Romanian Revolution in Timisoara in 1989. By the time I found it I was dead on my feet and knew I wouldn't ...