BMF Hostel

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

A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 25, 2014

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... in Wonderland themed room and it was a bit of a head **** after each downing a bottle of jaeger, but wicked fun. I fell asleep in a bar on night one. Sweet as. The second night entailed some form of bar crawl - I was so smashed by the time we went out I didn't actually realise I'd been to most of the bars the previous night, to everyone's amusement. Partied with some insanely cool Canadians, who I must say can hold their drink a lot ...

Back to the EU - Hooray for Hungary!!

A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 30, 2014

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... but relieving. Within another 5 mins we were put in another room, but I came back up to the room to find that the bug was gone! That's when we really panicked. I have never packed a suitcase so quick and bolted - problem was we forgot Tash was in the shower the whole time and had no idea what had just happened. So she opened the bathroom door to us packing, screeching and running! Needless to say I scanned the new room like ...

A day in the country

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jun 25, 2014

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Wednesday 25 June 2014 Budapest

Cool cloudy with some rain 20C

This morning we were collected at 8.30 by Ildiko's son Adam and his girlfriend Sophie to take us to Lake Balaton. Ildiko is a friend from golf in Sydney who had invited us to come to her home in the country by Lake Balaton.

The journey was around 1 hrs, she and her husband Alex have a vineyard and newly built house overlooking the lake, and it ...

Heavy duty tourist day in Budapest

A travel blog entry by gandablog on Jun 16, 2014

... br> compete with other groups in the same room in Japanese, French,
Spanish and German. Still, we saw the house. Really ornate,
relatively small for an important venue and it would be wonderful to
see a performance here.
From the opera house we scooted down
to St Stephens basilica for an organ recital. This is a very large
regal ceremonial church rather than an ordinary worship church, but
they have a great organ and do recitals twice a ...

Day 183 - Szechenyi Baths

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 01, 2014

... when we checked the map, who seemingly just wanted to practice her English and help us get to the restaurant that we were looking for. It transpired that she might not have been all there and took us some ridiculously long way round, all the while being very excitable about the smallest of things. She definitely fell into the category of "harmless enough" so when she asked for some change upon our safe arrival at the Drunken Tailor, I felt obliged to cough ...