On the last my day in Budapest I was hanging around the house and was resting. In the afternoon I even took a nap. After waking up I went for a walk. I felt a sore throat.
I went to some bar in the center to drink coffee. All of bars in this city are awesome.
There are exercise bikes next to bus stop. Coca-cola advertising.
This is very crappy photo for that but there are lots of rooks flying around Hungarian parliament. Stunner.
There are holders for leaflets in the Metro.
And finally this is my sleeping place for tonight. I’m going to Serbia by train.
Good bye, Budapest.
In the afternoon we went to Jewish walking tour
Then we met couple of Russian girls at coffeeshop.
After that we went to appointment with friends. While we were waiting for them we met one Russian man who asked us about a road to Keleti train station. We helped him to catch a taxi, taxi driver as well spoke Russian.
On the way to the party we found Russian grocery store, shop assistant spoke Russian.
I bought cookies and Russian sour milk. Milk produced in Germany, very tasty. The guys are trying to make quality.
Then was a party representing itself “pub quiz”. We were answering the questions and competing to other teams. More the half of our team were Russians.
I met a guy from Kazakhstan during the break between rounds. Of course he also spoke Russian.
We played in the basement floor. Upstairs there was a Hungarian game.
Then there was a party at another place. I drunk a couple of “White Russians” for half price. It was an action in the bar.
The day before we boozed up a lot of Hungarian vodka.
In the morning there was a soup with chicken and onion.
Then next to our entrance we found a good place with 60 cents for coffee.
There is a park on the island in the river. We went there to lie down.
There were a lot of active people playing football, frisbee and so on. Apparently those people were not so drunk yesterday.
Then we visited Jeff’s friends. We’ve seen one more beautiful Budapest yard again. Hungarians also overbuild couple of extra floors, like in the center of Moscow.
France, UK, Ukraine, Germany
The fourth day was memorable by a boat trip
It is possible to buy only one ticket for any kind of transport here. Including boat. My student ticket for month cost $11, I have ISIC student card.
Also I noticed a strange signboard with pregnant woman in underground.
In the evening we were at the party again. But I didn’t drink because of awful hangover from yesterday.
On the fifth day morning we went to the adventure game. We were looking for a place on map. There were hidden boxes with different trinkets. You can put something inside and take something instead.
Something was found
Pleasant outlook over city
Tired at the end
Then we invited a friend of Jeff to us. We wanted to cook chicken soup but didn’t have time and cooked scratch supper.
Then was a party at hostel again. We was drinking a lot of Hungarian vodka.
Drunk at the subway
First time I’ve been at karaoke.
Then there was a party somewhere else
Then we met some Ukrainian guy on the way home
In the first half of the day I bought a ticket to Belgrade at the train station. Night sleeping place costs 25$.
Then we decided to walk
We went to the central market.
We wanted to go to a lecture at the Uni, where Jeff was studying. But that lecture was canceled. We came to buffet.
Then was Octoberfest in our plans. We got only 0.4 beer and two these sausages per 11$ ticket. But our friends had plenty of beer coupons. It was pretty fun.
Nice girl from Estonia.
Then was a party in the hostel of Jeff’s friends.
Then we went to another hostel
We were drinking “Palinka”, Hungarian wodka
Then Jeff was bugging passers-by on our way home. I was already very drunk. I perceive alcohol not so good, especially if I mix different types.
Couple of strangers. Also drunk. And in general Budapest is party city.
There are entire neighbourhoods of clubs and bars
In the bus we even almost had a fight with some stranger who was dissatisfied with our behaviour.
It was fun. But we were drinking too much.