I read briefly about the Labyrinth in Budapest and decided oh, why not, let’s check it out. The one tidbit about the attraction that caught my attention the most was that it was where the actual historical figure Count Dracula
One of the last sights I saw before leaving Budapest was the Dohány Street Synagogue also known as the "Great Synagogue" in the 7th district of Budapest, Erzsébetváros. It's architect, Ludwig Förster, was Catholic hence why the Synagogue doesn't resemble conventional
I woke up on my last day in Budapest, showered, packed, and checked out of my hostel. I made my way down Király Street to Deák Ferenc tér (square) to catch to metro to Budapest's central train station, Keleti Pályaudvar.
After I booked my trip, I started looking at actual hotels. I'd lost faith that there were any good hostels left out there (besides the DREAM Hostel in Warsaw) and I was going to spend the money on actual hotel