Budavar Pension B&B
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... shops, restaurants, and the three main synagogues can be found. But district 7 is also known as the coolest part of the city for young people. There is great shopping, restaurants, and bars all throughout the area. Ruin bars are really popular in the Jewish quarter and we had a chance to go into one just to look around on this tour. Ruin bars use the spaces of old, abandoned buildings and turn them into hip and interesting bars. The one we walked through was ...
... river near", respectively.The Danube was known in Latin as Danubius, Danuvius, Ister, in Ancient Greek as Ἴστρος (Istros). The Dacian/Thracian name was Donaris/Donaris (Τάναις in Greek, upper ...
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The apartment was centrally located in a fabulous area, the Jewish section. Besides ...
... maybe it’s one way, maybe there’s construction. You don’t really want to second guess your driver who has a gps unit giving him directions. Long story short, we ended up WAY in the suburbs southwest of Budapest, about a half an hour driver from the city center, before I was able to really communicate that this was definitely not where my hostel was, and that it was definitely in downtown Pest and we had to go back. I don’t think ...
I woke up shortly before the train pulled into the station in Budapest at around 9 in the morning. When we arrived, we found an ATM, then took the tube to the Lavender Circus Hostel. We had a lengthy chat with the woman in the hostel, but weren't able to check in, because we arrived so early. Not wishing to miss out on any time in Budapest, we walked round the corner to Alibi Cafe for what ended up being quite a late breakfast. I remembered the cafes ...