Interflat Youth Hostel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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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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... hospitality industry! Ah well, just an observation.
We had an early and cheap subway dinner then went back to the hotel where I stayed in my sullen state but cheered myself up no end by watching a few old BBC shows on youtube. These remind me of my childhood when Dad used to ROAR with laughter at some of the programs. So I giggled my way through an episode of AB Fab (love Patsy & Edina), Love thy Neighbour (so politically incorrect ...
... band?) I can't really explain it, but the whole thing was a riot. At one point I started marching the wrong way, and another mom who I thought didn't speak english grabbed my hand and said "come with me!". Everyone was laughing and by the end I felt like I was much more a part of the group. You just can't be that foolish with a group of adults and not come away appreciating everyone more. Now we have to figure out how to sign up for one of these 20 ...
... down stairways on the other side of the hill. We ran into a cute little old man and Jim said good morning in Hungarian- poor guy must have been lonely because he started talking with us about his time in WWII POW camps in France and Belgium, talking about his small rations and how the American soldiers always had chocolate. We talked with him for a little while but it made me sad- he reminded me of my grandfather, who never discussed his time as a ...
... songs on my iPad, so we had our own Karaoke! Also tried line dancing!
Today we toured the Hospital in the Rock Museum in Budapest, a former secret emergency hospital and nuclear bunker. Interesting and informative visit.
We have been sailing for a couple of hours: we will be reaching our next destination at breakfast tomorrow morning, Bratislava, Slovakia. (Home of a few NHL'ers) On the way, saw the ...
... Danube River, and across the river, the parliament building. It was an impressive sight, and we took a few pictures of the area before heading back to the hotel. Although we had to rush it, it was nice to explore some of the area of town around the river before heading to the station. As we rushed to pack our things, we planned our route from the Vienna train station to the hotel in Vienna on the free wi-fi, and checked out ...