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... taken advantage of. Victoria is worried today that she will have to hang out with us guys all day and cramp our style because she wants to do washing but the girls are planning on leaving too early for her to get it done. I tell her that everyone likes her so it wont matter, but she finds a group of girls to hang out with, she's super excited. We have plans to go see Frank who happens to be in town. Paul, Wasp, Ganzer, Jack and I head off. It's a long walk we get a ...
... stopping in Bratislava for lunch and a waking your of the old town area. It's a very beautiful and interesting city. We arrived in Prague about 7pm. We ran into a lot of road construction outside of Prague and was over an hour late. We ended up stopping at a McDonalds for supper because of an accident. What a treat! The temp dropped and was near 50 at 8pm. Tomorrow we have a couple of tours. More ...
... 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 ...
... It's an apartment on the sixth floor of a swish building and it is very well located for touristy things. Lee has even managed some washing (out of necessity and because there's a washing machine in the apartment) and we've snacked and coffeed (is that a word?) so it's bed time. Tomorrow for a change we've got a walking tour planned. Stay tuned I feel another quiz coming ...
... were all nicely lit up. There was also some sort of music festival, or possibly a BMX bike festival/competition - there were guys on bikes performing on ramps in front of an audience - going on in the square.
After I'd soaked up the atmosphere, I headed back to the hotel and ate some of the food left over from the train journey, and watched some tennis from the US Open on TV. ...