BMF Hostel

Address: Tavaszmezo u 7.-13, Budapest, 1084, Hungary | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

City of Inventors

A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Aug 17, 2014

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... br> What is also interesting is the inventions created by the Hungarians. That being the safety match, the Rubik's cube and the telephone exchange system. What is also intriguing is we learned that the exchange inventors first message was Hallond meaning "Can you hear me". This is apparently where Hello comes from when we answer the phone.

After visiting more incredible places ...

Statues, Monuments, and Museums

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on Jun 01, 2014

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... the "double occupation" of Nazi and Soviet terror regimes in the mid-1900s. The museum was very thoughtfully done- full of symbolism and moving displays. The museum itself is housed in a building that was used by both regimes for interrogation, torture, and imprisonment. The final rooms of the exhibit were in the basement where we were led through actual prison cells were prisoners were kept before their subsequent torture and execution. We also saw actual gallows ...

Budapest to Sun City, Bluffton, S.C.

A travel blog entry by unajean on May 10, 2014

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Well, time for the final leg of this journey. There are a few other passengers that are also up and around in the wee hours to be transported to the Budapest Airport. We were able to have continental breakfast before we boarded the bus if we wanted. I opted for coffee. We got to the airport about the right time so that we did not wait long before boarding our flight to Amsterdam. In a couple of hours we were landing to rain showers in Amsterdam, not that we had ...

Freezing frog

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 04, 2014

3 comments, 34 photos

... a coffee in a local market, and then headed off for some modernist architecture. I didn't have an exact map of the location but knew the general area so we hopped on a tram and were on our way. I was interested in seeing a church built in 1930 in the modernist style, and a street of houses all designed in Bauhaus style. As we passed a tram stop I recognised the steeple of the church over the rooftops, and we swapped trams at the next stop ...

Train to Budapest & Budapest Days (backdated)

A travel blog entry by mauveme on Sep 13, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... well off we go to Budapest.
Erica and I sat in a compartment of 6 - with 4 Brazilians. They spoke limited English but one spoke some and a little French. At lunch time, they brought out some bread, cheese and cold meat and opened a bottle of red.
Then at afternoon tea they brought out another bottle of red and some nuts. What a way to eat the Brazilians must have. Oh and the nuts..... BRAZIL NUTS! Not kidding.
Only ...