Lion's Garden Hotel
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... too confortable standing there so much, but it passed. The flight was great, it was fast, the pilot was perfect, and the stewardess were very kind. It took about 1.5 an hour to get there, so we arrived at about 9 pm. Kefalonia is a pretty small island, but we landed safely with the great pilot :) The air was very good, I felt the Sea and the pure air in my lungs felt soo good. A bus was waiting for ...
... took the metro red line back to do shopping
- picked up a few pair of clothes - hand woven flowery dresses for children -
which is a Hungarian design and also one leather bag. Walked around the Vaci
Uta - just window shopped and then walked back along the river bank to
Szabadsag Ter. This is the Freedom Square - commemorates the liberation of
Hungary by the Soviet Union at the end of WW2. Its directly opposite the US
embassy and we also realised just ...
... was good to see all of Budapest at a higher level and give some perspective as to where we were.
Then all of a sudden it was our last day in Budapest. The morning of our train (which we could only book that morning much to my cousin's stress levels) we walked down to the ticket office to book the train and to look at our options for the few days we hadn't booked or worked out what we wanted to do. 3 days in our entire trip! After the ticket office we ...
... think Venice Simplon Orient Express), we did travel the same tracks and stopped in Zagreb near the Esplanade Grand Hotel where Agatha Christie once stayed while traveling the grand dame of trains in the early 1900s.
We enjoyed a private cabin for half of the journey and then shared our space with a couple from Georgia who boarded the train in Zagreb. Along the rails, we enjoyed the ever-changing scenery and ate a ...
... for a couple hours and talking. While we were smoking Courtney found a place in the city called Metalkova, and it sounded pretty cool so we made a point to go find it. After smoking we went to the bus station and bought a ticket to Budapest, Hungary for 245pm the next day. We asked the ticket seller how to get to Metalkova and he said it was only five minutes away. We walked there and what we found was like nothing we were expecting at all. Metalkova is an old military ...