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... football skills to the same level as their drinking skills. Since we had to catch a later bus we arrived to Budapest at 10:30pm and had to figure out our way to our hostel. Unlike the metro system in Prague were you can almost always sneak your way onto the subway without a problem, the flaw doesn't exist in Budapest as we had to pass through a ticket checkpoint in order to make it downstairs onto the metro. Once on the metro though, our hostel was ...
... the Austrian Palace a thing or two) the place was owned by a Swiss company and reflected the high standard we had seen last year. Eventually we reached the hills surrounding Budapest just as evening arrived ... 4 pm!!!! But a warm 9c. We checked into out hotel. .. It was dark and foggy so we really didn't get a chance to see Budapest. A knock at the door and I open to be greeted by an elegant and very tall slender young lady... Ohhh it's ...
... shrugged and then jumped on them. They all giggled like girls. Good times.
We needed a bit of a rest after the Austria visits. Budapest has a lot to offer, but we enjoyed just walking around and chilling out. There were some great restaurants that we sampled. We went to a Jewish Organic restaurant near the main synagogue. There is some good wine in this area and we sampled some. And we went to a nice authentic Hungarian place called ...
... third train. The 6 hr direct train trip took 10 hrs with 3 trains & 2 busses, We arrived in Budapest at night, exhausted & having no idea where we were (3 different train stations in Budapest). A young university girl helped direct us to our Hotel. "Welcome to train travel in Eastern Europe". Today we got up and laughed about it.
Jim & Marilyn
... comes to an end - while the Trevelyan's continue on.
We were in three countries with three different currencies, and aren't coming home with remnants of any of them. That was either great planning, or a lot of spending.
We've had an incredible time and so many great memories.
In Cappadocia, our tour guide Ezra asked each of us what we did. When Yvonne said she worked for Stanford in real estate, very quickly Ezra said , "Oh, ...