Lion's Garden Hotel
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Time off me to move on! Iv been hanging around and not doing much for the last week but just would want people to live there life like he was doing. I woke up early and got in the car with a girl called Polina. She was living in Munich but going to Budapest to see her family for a few days. She talked fluent English and was really nice. There was also a guy called Carlos in the car and he was from Mexico and also super friendly. They both spoke heaps ...
... bag....and that is the way it is done:)
We headed to the tram to Oktagan, out stop and then walked Andrassy boulevard to the monuments, park and Szechenyi Baths...thermal baths. It was quite a departure from our normal trip events. We had a changing cabin and then got in hot and hotter thermal pools. After that we ventured outside, dried off ...
... to practice our German. We then continued the night at Q-Stall and danced into the wee hours of the morning. We knew most of the people at the bar and it was nice to be out without all of the exchange students. I have really enjoyed getting to know a lot more of the Austrians.
Friday morning was pretty lazy after a long night out. After quickly packing for the weekend, Holly, Jordan and I met the other exchange students at the meeting ...
... at hostels and finding out about them and where they came from. Utter rubbish. He was no more interested in what I was up to than I was of Saint Putin. Far more likely was that he was a lonely old fool who everyone avoided, and hostels were the only avenue in which he could postulate his theories on unsuspecting victims. To a certain extent I pitied him, but there was no excusing his behaviour, especially if he was indeed as rich as he claimed. I eeked it out of him that the ...
... of the dust and dirt out of our hair and skin! Exhaustion hit and we ended up having quite an early bedtime! Thursday morning we woke up and spent our last few hours with Imogen and Iain, packed up and got some groceries for the long trek ahead of us. We left our hostel around two in the afternoon, and caught a train to Zagreb, Croatia. That train took us about six hours, and we had to wait for two hours in the train station in Zagreb. Our second ...