August Hostel

Varoshmarty u. 46, Budapest, Hungary | Hostel

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Jo napot from Budapest

A travel blog entry by travelbirds


Jo Napot (Hello)from Budapest, Arriving was a tad scarry, i.e, the train station and seedy street folks looking for money (that is putting it very nicely). We had instructions to hop a tram across the street (the directions called for a MacDonalds as the key landmark--this unfortunately was a problem because of construction in front of the train …


A travel blog entry by kevin_eldridge


We arrived at our hostel in Budapest around 10PM, at the "August Hostel". We were greeted by our hostel owner that night, and surprisingly he was a middle aged man from Chicago (Pronounced "Cha-Ka-Go"). That night we discovered Cafe Colombo, which to this day holds a special place in my heart (see pics). On our first day we set out to see …


A travel blog entry by croixfamily


What to say other than Budapest is an amazing city. Seeing it in the spring was special because of the number of flowers in bloom. We stayed in a nightmare of a hostel, if ever in Budapest avoid August hostel, but we kept our senses of humor and stayed in spite of risking cancer from second hand smoke and the complete loon who ran the place.

Sailing, eating and drinking in Tihany

A travel blog entry by kerriejohn


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We had a wonderful two hour sail - a strong wind meant a reef in the main sail so that we did not go too fast. It was great to see the huge expanse of Lake Balaton which is no more than 11 metres deep with an average depth of 5-6 metres and is a milky bluey-green colour. Not only did we sail, but moored the yacht and went for a swim around the yacht – it was rather chilly so more like a quick dip than a swim. ...

Budapest to Sun City, Bluffton, S.C.

A travel blog entry by unajean


... on the ground, we got the shuttle to the car, loaded up the bags and were on our way. We stopped for a bite to eat at Orobellos in Bluffton then drove to Sun City. Basically brought the bags in and went to bed as we had been up for about 22 hours with the time changes. It has been an amazing journey that we will not soon forget! We were more than satisfied with Viking as our hosts and we were very proud to be the first passengers on the Alsvin. We have made ...


This hostel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near House of Terror, Andrassy Avenue, Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum (Liszt Ferenc Emlekmuzeum), and Muvesz mozi.
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