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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We didn't get off to a good start in Budapest after arriving and suddenly realising we didn't have any of the Hungarian currency (Oooops). The city is very big and really shows a mix between beautiful historic buildings and run-down ruins. Our hostel was right in the centre of the city again, on the main street of 'Pest', the world heritage protected Andrássy street and resembled something out of haunted mansion. The list of things to see ...
... Another time we had to walk in a pattern that had a count of four steps, but then you had to clap on whichever number was called out. ("Blake's mom, say a number between 1 and 4.") So we had to step a pattern of four, but clap every three. I thought it was very difficult, but Sam told me that one was easy! Then we all had to start marching in a circle, and then the circle had to split and split again until we ended up standing in four columns. (Kind of ...
... that he'd been to that he thought was good and it was but it was gay night, which didn't worry Dane and I but wasn't super for the guys looking to pick up chicks! We headed out for some gyros and, before heading to bed, Dane bought an extra gyros to give to a hungry homeless person on the way home. Vegemite toast was on the cards again for breakfast - how could I not?! - followed by a Skype date with Dane's mum and bro. We met some other cool guys in our hostel named Dave ...
... we headed out for some drinks on drinks on drinks. With buckets of sangria and beer consumed it proved a successful venture.
Bratislava and Slovakia were on the cards next, but being old ***** Harold didn’t get on the road until around 2 in the afternoon. Lucky it was only an hour up the road, but soon into that hour, the bloody rain came again. This time it did not stop. The rain spewed out all afternoon and we ...
... back into the Jewish quarter, where I'd seen a few second hand shops that I didn't have a chance to go into when Jim was with me. Now was my chance to head back! I went into one that had great items at reasonable prices called Second Chance. There was a Spanish couple haggling, which I couldn't believe, considering the great prices. I tried on a few dresses and found a great royal blue silk one for ...