Doubletree by Hilton Kosice
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... I managed to get better as the day went on, but my brain was fried and I wasn't making good decisions.. Now came my trip to Budapest that night. To travel, especially alone, you've got to have your wits about you. You must always have your head in a swivel, and most importantly, exude confidence. Well I had lost all that in the string of a day and I got taking advantage of it for sure. My first mistake was falling for a train scam I learned about near the border of Hungary. I ...
... was hopping, and beautiful. Damn, what to do, what to do? I've waited so long to see Budapest, and it was one of the main inspirations for this trip to begin with. I had to call in some reinforced affirmations. I called my parents on Skype to tell my situation. I think I knew I wanted to stay here a night and day, I just needed someone to push me that little bit. Well it didn't take too much convincing for me to grab my ...
... the main square after sunrise and after getting Euros at an ATM. We're back to the Euros here, but we'll be hitting countries again that don't use it. That means prices are a bit higher, but still quite reasonable for Europe.
We walked around a bit and took photos of the buildings and fountains. They also have a lovely Opera House, and it was completed at about the same time as the ones in Lviv, Budapest, and Vienna.
... they inherited and to develop the guesthouse business. We happily accept the offer to tour their cellars and sample their wine.
* They discuss the problem of the exodus of young people from such villages as Erdobenye to find work either in Hungary's cities or abroad where they can earn much more money, even doing work below their qualification level. Apparently the Hungarian government does ...
... br> Going there, I took a luxury bus called Noblesslines which had a modified interior and had a restaurant on the first floor, as well as quite comfy seats to sleep in, and in fact was an overnight bus from Prague to Kosice. Arriving there in the morning without much sleep, I call Jan to come get me at the bus station, half awake. He greets me like a good friend and brings me back to his nice hometown, insisting I should eat something before taking a nap and heading out.