Big Fish Budapest Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Fish Budapest Hostel
Love the decorating in this hostel - lots of colours and nautical-like things around. Good staff and lots of free drinks. Comfortable hostel
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Checking out of our nice little double room, it was time to say goodbye to Croatia. We planned to catch a bus to from the Plitvice Lakes to county's capital, Zagreb. From there, we were hoping to book a bus to Budapest, Hungary. We met a cool guy at the bus stop named Jacko who was also heading to Zagreb and we enjoyed hearing about his travel …
I made a 'mistake' while traveling to Budapest, and that was to start reading. I suppose I haven't actually read in some time, I think I may have a read a book or two earlier in the year but it was quite some time before I traveled. I found that there were free books I could download onto my phone so I started reading Les Miserables on my train …
I resume my story! On Thursday afternoon, we left the hostel around three and headed towards the train station in Budapest to begin our caving adventure! After successfully meeting our tour guide, and buying some bus tickets, we were on our way!! We arrived at a chalet type building where our guide split us into two groups and we went inside to get …
Hello friends! I am currently sitting at a computer desk, writing to you from Budapest, Hungary and looking out the window to big fat snowflakes falling from the sky! I thought that I would give you a little bit of a mid week update so that I dont forget anything.. By the way, if any of my letters are mixed up it is simply because this keyboard is …
... high speed train on regular occasions.
After a well deserved night in at our hotel, the next morning we had our first experience of the metro in Budapest – the trains themselves are tiny and the stations are all decorated with thousands of ceramic tiles. A jaunty little tune plays when you arrive or leave a stop and you have about two seconds to jump on or off before a big red light flashes, a loud buzzer sounds and the doors slam violently , ...