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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarocco Hostel Budapest
Loved this hosel - great location, good prices, friendly staff, and the best hostel kitchen ever!
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... early to check in "Attila" stored our bags and we took off for a walkabout.
Budapest is a large thriving city with lots of charm. The city has an excellent "Hop on Hop off" bus tour service. They offer three separate bus routes and one boat route that covers four stops along the Danube. We signed up for a 3 day pass and jumped on a bus that took us through the Pest side of the river. After a few hours of riding around town listening to the taped narration, ...
... for some reason. Then, along with people from the hostel, we went on this magnific concept called Beer Bike. Basically, there are 4 people on each side pedalling, and one guy steering the bike, while there is another guy in the middle pouring beers from a tap on the bike. (see photos!). We went around town and it was loads of fun because we would run off the bike to give beers to homeless people and people who were cheering us. The cars behind us were not so ...
... Hungarian accent. The only unfortunate part about the parliament building is the construction taking place outside. They are completely landscaping the grounds surrounding the Parliament. But from the pictures of the completed works, it will be impressive when finished.
I wander down towards the Central Food Market, but find more little pedestrian only streets that are so pleasant to walk along. I finish the day at the Bookstore cafe and enjoy the ambience and the coffee
... bus is driving along Andrassy Avenue, a most delightful wide street. She explains that the avenue has a separate lane for horse drawn carriages and one for horses with space for pedestrians as well. This is theatre row which ends at Heroes Square. It is odd that this lovely avenue has another famous building which once housed the secret police for both the Germans and the Russians. They have aptly named this Grey building the Museum of ...
... over. They were telling me to take a different route from what was on the parks website. Eventually they said if I used my original route I could use the transfer ticket which was my original question. By this time there were 10 people lining up behind me
On the tram the next problem was how to punch the ticket. Its ...