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... bit of drama with Sarah and a couple of creepy Turkish stalkers. We also had Scott the Aussie bloke always taking the ****, Nick the Canadian paramedic, and finally a local stranger we named Arnold. My main group consisted of Scott, the good Canadians, an American couple, and the great Augustus (when he wasn’t disappearing). Of course in a hostel people are always coming and going but we managed to stick together for most of the time we were all there.
We enjoyed the Indonesian restaurant so much that we went back for dinner. This time I tried the Bakmi Goreng (fried noodle). Since we are leaving for Budapest tomorrow, we picked up some waters/snacks at the grocery store on our way back to the hostel.
Check out is before 10am tomorrow, so will have to wake up a bit earlier to pack up our things.
-- Ryan L.
... imperial gardens. The wait was
so long and tickets would have taken about 1hr and entrance another 3
hour wait. So we skipped it and walked around the palace and also the
garden - it has a very impressive water fountain situated at the garden
area. Vantage position and great design. We then ate some snacks in the
flea market that was set up in the palace gardens. Then took train back
We left the snow covered Bratislava to catch a Slovak lines bus to Veinna , a mere two hours over the river away. The familiar scenes of harvested fields and wind farms flew by as we eagerly awaited our news destination . Catching a fancyyy tram we quickly navigated our way through the metro to our Hostel at ol mate Jacks. Staying in our biggest dorm yet (12 beds) we quickly unpacked, grabbed a map and headed into town. However we very quickly came to realise that ...
... in a gorgeous room with old paintings on the walls and murals on the ceiling! A kettle drum, flute, piccolo, French horn, trumpet, bass, 3 violins, 2 operatic singers, and 2 principal dancers from the Vienna ballet! Tomorrow is a tour of another castle that is supposed to be breath ...