Red Bus Hostel

Address: Semmelweis utca 14., Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
 
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      Turkish Baths

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 14, 2013

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      ... over one of the bridges across the river into Buda. The baths weren't very clearly marked on the map, so we had a bit of trouble finding them, but we came across a Polish couple who were asking a local for directions to the baths as well, so we joined up with them and got pointed in the right direction. We went in to the Kiraly Baths, paid and made our way in. We went into the change rooms and got our bathers on, then made our way down to the pools! It was a big ...

      Wonderful sights, wonderful people

      A travel blog entry by wazandheli on Jul 30, 2013

      ... fortune in the shop, so I guess the laugh was on me.
      Following some more shopping, we stopped for an ice cold beer and as we had missed the last On Off bus back to our hotel, we resigned ourselves to a long walk along the bank of the Danube back to our Hotel.
      about half way, Helen suggested we have an early dinner and give our feet a rest.
      Things happen for a reason and once again we were drawn to another restaurant on the river ...

      Judaism.

      A travel blog entry by findeuphoria on Jun 12, 2013

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      ... or angry culture when it comes to trust. After WWI the peace treaty was designed by victors (Hungary not being on the victors side) and Hungary lost territory, as well as a developing hostility with their neighboring countries. During WWII, Hungary was a German ally (and I'll just throw in that they were tolerant of the Jewish people that lived in the country) but once they got occupied by Germany in 1944 Hungary not only participated in the deportation of the ...