Broadway Hostel

Address: 24 - 26 O St, Budapest, 1066, Hungary | 1 star hostel
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This 1 star hostel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near Hungarian State Opera House (Magyar Allami Operahaz), Budapest Operetta Theatre, Gozsdu Courtyard (Gozsdu Udvar), and Franz Liszt Academy.
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      A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Mar 29, 2015

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      ... br>
      We explored the Buda side of the river, after walking across Chain bridge with a little hike up Castle Hill to the palace and surrounds.

      The impressive and amazing views at the Fishermen's Bastion, which looks a bit like Walt Disney's fairytale castle, gave the best views over the city.

      We walked down Andrassy Ave, it was longer then we thought and took about 40mins each ...

      The way things work

      A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... when he promptly brought us a bowl of dessert! Apparently, I didn’t pronounce it right :) After our dessert, we still couldn’t find a server, so Keith eventually walked to the kitchen door with credit card in hand to get their attention. So, we have some protocol questions to ask our Hungarian teacher tomorrow morning.

      We enjoyed sleeping in a little too much this morning – we had to rush to get to a school friend’s house by 10 ...

      Budapest - The Jewel of Hungary

      A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... Built in 1895-1902 it is truly over the top: it has domes, it has spires, it's neoclassical, neo-baroque and was also high tech for its time, with some of the first electric elevators in the world, central heating AND air conditioning (using ice-cooled air). When built, there was a series of water pipes under the floor with open grates at each seat. In the winters warm air would rise through the vents and in the summer cool water in the pipes would be blown through the grates using ...

      Hello Budapest, Goodbye

      A travel blog entry by eurochic on Aug 31, 2014

      Our train to Ljubljana is at 2:45, which left us a a little time to walk around our neighbourhood, and have a quick visit to the National Museum of Hungary. It has been a remarkable, enlightening, frightening, and emotional four nights here. The Museum was interesting, but very warm and stuffy in 75 percent of the rooms. How is this environment good for these treasures of the past? Not too sure. The most interesting room (22 rooms in the History of Hungary permanent display) was ...

      Hungary - Budapest

      A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... t want to educate. Their industry no longer existed: eg farriers, fixing pots, so have a high level of crime. Stephen grandson of the ruler in the year 1000 adopted Christianity. St Stephens Cathedral was built to honour what he did for the country. He was a good king. TURKS 1400 Hungary was very wealthy with gold and silver before conquered by Turks Occupation by the Turks took over in and they ruled for 150 years. Turkish baths still are in use. ...