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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterflat Youth Hostel Budapest
Probably the best Hostel, The people es really nice, great ubication and very clean. Even they clean my clothes
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I have really been terrible at writing blog entries. So much has happened since my last post about Munich. I have now been in Europe for a month an a half (which is so hard to believe I feel like I am lying just writing it). I have started classes and have met amazing people from all over the world. But that I will talk about later.
For now, Budapest.
... of lights. Hungarian schnapps capped it off. A foggy morning had given way to a beautiful sunny day and clear night. I got a long walk in during the free time in the afternoon because I was already packed. Got to see the Jewish Shoe Memorial. Sobering. Budapest isn't really a walker's city, at least not along the Danube. But, other than a stubbed toe, I came ...
... what was coming in the 2nd half. more poor crosses, bad defending leading to a 2nd goal and then an attempt at an overhead kick by a Honvèd player that came back off the underside of the bar! despite it being at the far end of the ground, my initial reaction was that it had crossed the line, but the 5/6th official with the wand behind the goal was unconvinced, so play continued. isn't it about time they got some goal ...
In 1873 the cities of Buda and Pest united (along with the district of Obuda that somehow got lost in the transaction). The history of Budapest (pronounced: Booda-pesht) is very convoluted what with the Celts, the Romans and of course the Turks (they ruled the area for 150 years!) as well as the neighbours all fighting over the right to call the area home.
It's pretty obvious by now that strategic locations on the Danube were much ...
This morning we had a Segway tour. Segways are actually the best thing ever!! So we zoomed around Budapest and learned that there's actually quite a lot to see here and we wished we had more time. The tour ended at 12:30 We went to a restaurant the tour guide recommended for lunch, and tried traditional Hungarian beef goulash. This stuff is awesome! Definitely making it when I'm back home. After lunch ...