Hostel Budapest Center
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The room was incredible, with a huge common room with 2 couches and beds, 2 other rooms with couches and tv, a fully equipped kitchen, and 2 bathrooms (one with a bathtub). The staff ws friendly and helpful and spoke great english. The water was hot, the break fast was good (only 3 euros). Definitely the best hostel I have ever stayed at, and it was only 7 euros! incredible
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... creator, Imre Steindl, in a wall niche. Other statues include those of Árpád, Stephen I and John Hunyadi. One of the famous parts of the building is the hexadecagonal (sixteen-sided) central hall, with huge chambers adjoining it: the Lower House and the Upper House. The modern ...
... to take 60 patients but at the height of the attack it had 700 patients. the hospital was very advanced and ran on electricity, it was also under the red cross so everyone in the hospital was protected when the russians arrived, it was used once again during the rebelion of budapest in the 1950s. it was then closed but as the cold war develloped and there was a major threat of a nuclear bomb they turnt it into a secure bomb shelter with its own water supply ...
... it would have meant a 2 week suspension for him - wow, harsh tactics by the Budapest taxi regulators! I guess it has to be done, otherwise people end up with a very negative impression of a place (as I did with Turkey!). This time we have opted to stay at a 'boutique b&b'. There are 5 bedrooms, a huge huge huge shared kitchen and a large shared balcony. Our room was lovely and the whole place decorated very tastefully. It's an old courtyard-style square block building ...
... of people walking into the old city at once from the ships. We decided to avoid the crowds and head out of the old city. We walked along the water towards the new part of town and we had a mission to buy a bus ticket to Sarajevo. We followed the seaside road for about 45 minutes until we made it to the bus station. We got our ticket for the next morning to Sarajevo, Bosnia. We made the nice walk back to the old city, and spotted a good spot to came back for the sunset. ...
This morning after a leisurely breakfast we decided to do some more of the bus tour and this time to visit the Castle, also on the other side of the river? We had to come down the same subway stairs again, this time a lot more sedately and carefully. My iPhone was blocked this morning so I figured that the SIM card bought in Germany had run out. So with some difficulty and much help from the manager of a small shop (he liked Ozzies and his assistants couldn't work it out as ...