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... a field day watching them all! This distracted us for quite a while so we decided we should get a move on if we want to see everything on the other side of the river. We walked and walked and walked until we got the the bottom of the monorail that takes you to the top of castle hill. Whilst in the queue to go on, planes were still looping and swooping all over the place! We (and the rest of all the people in the queue) were all ...
... sometimes we have to play guess the animal (easy when it’s a giraffe or a
rhinoceros. Not so easy when it’s a blue-breasted, red-crested, long-toed iguana).
The zoo is deceivingly big and it’s easy to spend a whole morning or afternoon there. But (unsurprisingly) the need to rest our weary feet overwhelmed the need to see every single
animal, so we said a fond viszontlátásra to our friend the alpaca and left the zoo in ...
... gip tourists off by thousands of HUFs (currency of Budapest), which we were soon to find out for ourselves. FUN FACT: ~300 HUF=1 EURO. So of course I felt rich all weekend carrying around 1000HUF bills, but I was actually poor when I would see my receipts for a couple thousand Huf.
We were then dropped off in front of our hostel, The Groove, where we were going to be staying for the next three nights. We walked in and thought we were in the wrong place because there ...
... pool table. But again, he wasn't good enough, with victory coming my way. He also got lucky in foosball, beating me after the comeback of the century.
Things of Note:
- Seeing how big the Austrian theme park was has got me excited for this weekend. The one in Munich is the biggest is the world, which makes me very excited.
- Where the rest of Europe has bicycles, it seems that Austrians are lazier, with nearly everyone of them owning a scooter (it would ...
... we took a funicular up to Lomnicky Stit, a precipitous peak with spectacular views from the viewing platforms. The funicular cabin could only hold about a dozen people at a time, and the trip up so popular that we had to book for a specific time two days before.
We woke to more thundercloud over the peaks, but by the time we headed up the funicular, the mountain tops were set in a deep blue sky. The Tatry ...