Buda Castle Fashion Hotel
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... Unfortunately it was late in the day so we couldn't go in and most of my pictures were taken in the shade. I'm hoping to go back during mid-day when the light will help the pictures do it justice. Hopping from lookout to lookout around that church may end up being my favorite memory of Budapest; I couldn't have been happier. On our way back to the hostel we had to cross the Chain Bridge (I need to do a little research on that because there are no chains anywhere, ...
... people and have multiple events such as strawpedo, quarters, waterfall, flip pong (pretty good game to be honest) and finally an exiting finale that is a big mix of this all. So I was paired up with this small Scottish/asian mix and this blonde dutch guy. Guess who won?! This guy!
We actually beat the overall record of strawpedo competition. so proud! Anyways, our final prize was a bottle of alcohol that had opium in it. Really? Is this even legal? They said ...
... sorry and asked if she was ok but I dont know if she heard or understood english.
I wanted to try to get out of the big crowd before a big fight starts where someone blames me for bashing the bike into them even though they werent looking where they are going. ...
... br> But in that short amount of time, it went from clear skies to torrential rain. This meant we caught soaked on the 5 minute walk to buy food. We ended up buying Cam and my favorite tortellini, which we cooked in our kitchen while watching the Eurobasketball on television, before hitting the hay.
Things of Note:
- The guy who ran our hostel assumed Cameron was a girl. This is hilarious as I have copped it endlessly while being away.
- Damn Cam and him ...
... wave continued in Bratislava with temps in the high 30's. Even at 9pm it was still 33 degrees. This is a small city with just under 500,000 people, and we spent all our time in the historical centre, which was very quiet and laid back - very little traffic and plenty of pedestrian only areas. The town is overlooked by Bratislava castle, which burnt down in 1811, and was rebuilt in 1953 as a museum. There are still a few ...