St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... until much later. We went there as Geoff had read about a bath with a view. We couldn't find this as the place closed 8 years ago! So no food, as to early for lunch, no swim, we then headed off towards Kraków.
Found a servo to get some iced coffee and sandwiches which was good, and certainly better than the ice cream we’d had for breakfast at 11am!
Overnight in a forgettable village in a workers hotel. Hot.
Called in at the Dobsinka Ice Caves. ...
Okay, so surprise, surprise, I am super late with this blog post entry. It's becoming an apparent trend. Oops. Anyway, I am going to give my somewhat brief (?) summary on what happened over spring break, our ten days where we are kicked off of campus and forced to act like adults and plan trips, pay for meals, etc. Some of this will overlap what Sarah wrote because we traveled most of the trip together, but oh well! Here goes:
We, our group was Cascade, ...
... pictures and then we went to the Infant of Prague Church and St. Nicolas's Church. We met Tino at the street vendors for food and then we went to the Prague Beer Museum Bar and got tasters of 18 different beers to all share which was pretty cool because they had 30 different beers on tap.
We went back to the hostel and got ready for the night and packed everything up so I wouldn't have to in the morning. We went to dinner at the first place to have Pillsner, a beer, on tap. I ...
... wrapt story. The Barrett's, although from Normandy, stayed so long, "they became more Irish than the Irish themselves" BUDAPEST!!!! So we arrive. After shuffling bags and feet we land on Hungarian soil. The one hour loss, which we didnt think would be bad, we arrived exhausted. Eager to get to our Air BNB flat with host Andrés, we stammered as foreigners with no language into a big unknown city. Gut check. Wow. We are in the ...
... arrow to your next location. Became the sort of people who drive into the sea because the satnav told them to. Ended up walking over 6 miles on a 25 minute journey. Got the tram to where we actually needed to be and then ended up walking 6 miles away from it. Seen a bit more of Budapest though, namely, train tracks, dual carriageways, motorways and council estates. Felt like I was training for the army with my backpack on and with the mid afternoon sun beating down on me. ...