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- Free parking
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... afraid to do anything but wash them by hand. Since I don’t have to pay for each load here, I can wash them separately and hopefully get a bunch of the dye out so I can wash them with the rest of my clothes on the camino.
Before doing any of that though I headed to the store. There’s a big Tesco (name of a store) right across the street from the hostel that the receptionist told me about. I went in there and wow! It’s the ...
... metro back across to St. Stephen's Basilica. We went in and had a look around - they keep a hand in a box which they claim belongs to St. Stephen - creepy!
Across the river again and we stopped off for a drink before walking up to the church in the rocks which wasn't very exciting, the whole place was man made and not a cave like we thought it was going to be. We then carried on up the hill to the ...
... communicated with a local funnyman who took a liking to us. He even hugged us right before we got on the bus. Our next stop was to be the capital of Macedonia called Skopje which was only a few hours away heading north. I had read a few days ago that there was a beer and music festival going on there and that was what we were most looking forward to. I had booked a hostel and when we arrived, we walked for about 20 minutes to find it. At the hostel we met a friendly guy named Bobby. ...
... was also a stunning white/cream color.
Before heading back to the hostel for dinner and sport, we stopped at one of the waterside bars and watched the euro basketball.
That night I cooked up another tortellini storm, while watching Arsenal beat Marseille in the champions league, as well as more euro basket.
Things of Note:
- One thing that caught my attention apart from the great views, was the wild boar sign on the side of the road, which I thought ...
... shuttle that picked us up from his apartment in Belgrade and dropped us off at our apartment in Budapest. The six hour journey cost only $34 each and was relatively comfortable, with five other passengers. Luckily for us, one of our fellow travellers (a Serbian-Canadian girl) decided to sing along to every song on the radio, or hum when she didn't know the words. There always has to be one, right? The landscape was flat; fields and small towns lined ...