City Hostel Pest

Address: Raday utca 43, Budapest, 1092, Hungary | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Ferencváros area of Budapest, is near Gellert Baths, Central Market Hall (Nagy Vasarcsarnok), Holocaust Memorial Center, and Hungarian National Museum (Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum).
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      Harolds first trip East

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... and another amazing lunch for pennies (we now have a pizza addiction, damn). That night we had a less then mature evening in town again. This time it was drinks on drinks on drinks for next to nothing. Next minute, it’s 4am and Laura is back on the vodka shot train. Safe to say the following day was a little quite however, Budapest provides the ultimate hangover cure, thermal baths. The Szechenyi Baths to the north allowed us to see ...

      July 4th

      A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 04, 2014

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      This morning we went for breakfast at Mosaik, the little café next door to the hostel. We went to the main train station to get our tickets organised for tomorrow which took a long time but got there eventually. We went back to the hostel and met Sam and Becca who we met yesterday. We went to the market down the road and bought brie, bread, blueberries, chips, ...

      How do you say "hot" in Yiddish?

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 05, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... of the first countries to ally with Germany and start rounding up Jews into ghettos. The location of the synagogue marks what was the edge of the city then and where a ghetto wall was built. The location of one of the gates where people were heralded into the ghetto was marked by a plaque explaining that the triumphant Soviet troops tore down the wall and released the Jews from the ghetto in 1945. We figured we could explore the area, continue with Rick Steves' walking ...

      The Buda-Pest Way

      A travel blog entry by hilarylake on May 09, 2014

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      ... clear mug most likely meant for beer and a deliciously heavy dessert called Gombocs that was made from millet, soy yogurt, coconut and sugar (supposedly it was surprisingly close to the original according to my cousin). We had lovely conversation about Hungary, life here as a Brit that’s both privileged and challenging offering him an automatic higher status yet a lack of automatic connections which are so essential to getting the best for one’s family ...

      Day 56: We were apart for four hours!

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 12, 2013


      We did a whole lot of nothing today. I am posting this blog a bit early because we have our train at 7:10 pm and I am willing to bet that our nice little seats do not come with wifi. I am trying to decide which situation is better for the seating arrangement on the train: 1) 6 seats in a cubby with a closeable door (pros: quieter, could be warmer cons: could be smellier, people might want to talk to me) or the regular seating on a train (pros: we don't ...