August Hostel

Address: Varoshmarty u. 46, Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
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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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Travel Blogs from Budapest

We made it to Budapest!

A travel blog entry by annieallison on Jul 14, 2015

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... br> Oh well, we weren't too fussed about the dinner until we arrived back to our room later and I realised the 12760 Hungarian Forint equalled 63 Australian dollars!! I was so annoyed that we hadn't been more careful to consider the conversion so wasn't worth it. We won't be letting that happen again!
Prior to going back we had a quick walk around the gardens and saw a GIGANTIC; what we think might be ...

Beautiful Budapest

A travel blog entry by landonjb on Jul 14, 2015

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... There are many natural hot springs under Budapest, and they are used to heat these thermal baths. The complex is rather large, with probably 20 or so different pools varying in temperature. It was a great way to unwind after a lot of walking!

We then rode the Metro ...

Left Syd, to KL, to London

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jun 26, 2015

Dad and cass dropped me at the airport Took ages to check in, siren went off but thankfully wasn't anything. Also thankfully the website actually had booked my ticket.baggage straight through to Budapest , weeeee! Uneventful trip into KL. got super thirsty and drank about 2 litres. Needed to pee as soon as I boarded for KL to London. Chinese lady next to me and I both needed to pee later on and had to wait for turbulence to settle and had to wake up the guy in the aisle seat. ...

City of healing waters

A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 15, 2014

... back on, and cycled through those baths alternating with cold showers, saunas, and the steam room. I liked the steam room a lot, but the most adventurous thing we did was go into a sauna that was 90 °C, which for anyone that's curious, is around 194 °F. In case you didn't know, that's hot. I lasted for maybe two minutes, but Chelsea braved it for an entire five. All in all it was quite the experience, and if I lived in Budapest I would probably be broke from spending all ...

Diplomatic art

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 11, 2014

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... leave. We mistakenly though the museum would be air conditioned, providing relief from the oppressive 36 degree heat- we were wrong.... It was so hot in there, I don't know how that can be good for the paintings. As we exited, we saw the soldiers going their marches in the square, so we hung out for a few minutes to see what was going to happen. Several police officers guarded the corners of the square too- all of a sudden, we saw ...