Moha Hostel

Address: Neszmelyi ut 18/A, Budapest, 1112, Hungary | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Újbuda area of Budapest, is near Gellert Baths, Citadella, Statue Park (Szobor Park), and FMH Cultural House (Szakszervezetek Fovarosi Muvelodesi Haz).
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Ho Ho Ho...To The Market We Go!

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 03, 2014

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... different post office we were very pleased to be assisted by a lovely lady working the front desk. She unfortunately didn’t speak much English but her supervisor did so we were able to get under way with the necessary paperwork to ship our box to the United States. After filling out the customs form (something we can do in almost every language now I’m sure) we waited to pay and be done since that was the normal flow but then our helper pulled out a roll ...


A travel blog entry by rusty21 on Sep 01, 2014

... away and guess who served us, yes another Vanda. Went to the train station to pick up our tickets for tomorrow, then to the undercover markets. Was lovely to have our freedom back also. As still terrible weather we had tea at the hotel, was ...

Bittersweet farewell

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jul 02, 2014

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... out the window but I was able to see the edge of the larger explosions- it was somewhere in the Jewish quarter. We weren't sure what was being celebrated, as we didn't see any signs about fireworks- perhaps Budapest just wanted to give us a great sendoff!

The weather wanted to do the same- about an hour later a spectacular thunder storm brewed and I was able to capture two lightning strikes in the ...

Matthias Church and ruin bars

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 27, 2014

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... tasks, as the walls have some gold leaf but mostly hand painted limestone instead of marble like some other churches. It would have been a painstaking restoration but it was stunning to see the result. The church was originally built around 1255 and was enlarged by King Matthias in the mid 1400's- after that it was known as Matthias Church. It was attacked and burned by the Turks in 1526, then converted into a mosque in 1541. It was almost destroyed again ...

Budapest D2

A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 22, 2014

... river. The highlights above are
Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Musuem. We gave both a miss
but saw the Mathias Church - a 13th century church and dedicated to King
Matthias. It has the royal crown and a wonderful view. The other thing is the
Royal Palace - the change of guards is even more elaborate than what we saw at
Monaco. We have a video of it. It was accompanied by a drum set making it a lot
more elaborate. The view was good ...

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