I’m 27 & This Is How Much I Spent On A Trip To Budapest & Vienna With My Cousin

4:35 p.m. – Get on the train to Naschmarkt (the largest food market in Vienna with over 100 stalls selling food, produce, clothes, and souvenirs, as well as restaurants) where I want to buy food, some souvenirs, and people-watch. But J. makes the visit annoying. He is two years older than I am but gets cranky like a child when he is sleepy or hungry. I buy him a chicken wrap and get myself noodles in a box for the same price ($10.90). I want to buy some cheese but it is too expensive compared to France so I buy two pieces of sausage, instead. ($7.64) I also buy two packs of instant ramen noodles ($1.09) $19.63