Ostello Domino

Vaci utca 77, V district, Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
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Travel to Budapest

A travel blog entry by lisanasis

Very efficient & smooth journey with Norwegian Airways to Budapest. Checked into the beautiful Corinthia Hotel. Upgraded to executive suite! Snack & coffee at executive lounge. Mother's Day dinner at Chess restaurant near hotel - fusion Hungarian ...

Experiences in Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by adventureisus


... settled into their new home countries. We can see it hasn't always been easy but very rewarding; 'petje af'!

It was really interesting to hear how everyone we visited, live and farm and how they have experienced their immigration. The stories are extra interesting for us because 20 years ago we seriously looked at living and farming in Eastern Europe ourselves. Picturing ourselves, farming and living there, I think it would have worked out but we ...

As Hot as Ice

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... chocolate sauce. So good but huge and it unfortunately beat me and I had to leave a small amount on my plate even though my comrades tried to help.

We settled the bill and went out to explore a few of the local ruin bars which is famous in Budapest. They are old buildings unfit for living in, and have been converted to bars/clubs and have a bit of a grungy, wrecked look to them. Our first one was just down the road to Anker which has a nice ...

Budapest- Ruin bars and spa baths

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


Meeting new people, listening to their stories and advice has been one of the most rewarding things about our time away. We have many people to thank for recommending the very fun, very cheap and less touristy city of Budapest. Here we met two brothers, Sean and Luke who we have become very close with. Budapest (pronounced Buda-pesh) is the capital of Hungary which is divided by the Danube river that separates the organised Buda side to the hilly Pest side. The ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade


... of food. We started with a plate of veggie stuff, then some mains then some desserts! I think we got our money's worth! They had a lot of pickled vegetables, and different types of chillies too, which was a cool thing and a bit different for a buffet style meal! Then we tried a few different desserts, of which none were particularly good, then sat back and decided we'd eaten waaaaaaay too much! We paid and headed back to the hostel where we chilled ...


This hostel, located on Vaci utca 77, V district, Budapest, is near Gellert Baths, Great / Central Synagogue (Nagy Zsinagoga), Central Market Hall (Nagy Vasarcsarnok), and Rudas Baths.
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