Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
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... at the local university in Budapest and do this as a side job. We ended up at a club and we got in with Fabio and then met a group of British bachelors at a stag party—the bachelor had a bunch of challenges he had to complete before the night ended: his gold necklace had to stay on, he had to dance with American girls, he had to beat someone in pushups.
I went upstairs to go to the bathroom, but I guess I was gone pretty long since the line was long, but I came ...
... around. It's because there was a social meetup, but wow, 423 people in a hostel? That's a record for me. And it was Saturday night, so they were full. The guy at the front said "just watch. Tomorrow night it will be dead."
And it was. But in the meantime, it was a crazy place full of high schoolers and 20 year olds and no chill space. The kitchen was dirty and there was a dirty pot that stayed on the counter the 3 days we were there. ...
... No seconds for this dinner Our food wars didn't end right there A giant burger feast It's looks were so deceiving Turned a dry bun, patty beast The lesson in such sorrows Is to stick with what’s just best And that’s goulash from a local When you visit Budapest Two cities in a city The Danube's flow divides Buda on the western Bank And Pest the other ...
... twenty days in Budapest... Nim fell down stairs which was a big highlight, I even managed to get it on video! After the boat we lost everyone again and had to try and get home with a guy called Jonathan who had worked at Grandio two years before. He also ended up being terrible at directions so he lead us and another three guys half way to the airport before admitting he was totally lost. So after three hours of walking across random bridges and through scary parks, we eventually ...
Tuesday 22 June 2014 Budapest
Cloudy with patchy rain 22C
We had tickets to tour the new Parliament building at 10am, so we left the apartment around 9.30 to walk there. Despite some confusing directions, we managed to get ourselves to the tour kick-off (note World Cup reference) point on time to join a group of english speaking tourists waiting for the same tour.
At the entry into the building we went through a scanning machine and ...