Station Guesthouse

Address: XIV. Mexikói út 36/b, Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

The Realm of Extremely Offensive

A travel blog entry by cellcellzlife on Mar 11, 2015

Ridz' mum has informed her that she's "verging into the realms of very offensive"
*****HHH YOU DON KNOW SHIET
We surpassed those realms ages ago - if the realm of really offensive is simply walking into Mordor, we're sucking Sauron's monster cock while getting DP'd by Putin and Saddam Hussein and masturbating with a live rabbit.
realm of really offensive?
Fuuuuuuuuuuuck off...
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Budapest

A travel blog entry by nmholt on Oct 14, 2014

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We didn't spend much time here in this city, but we really enjoyed it! We found the city to be extremely clean with no garbage in the streets. Our first day in Budapest was spend walking along the Danube promenade. We crossed 3 bridges and walked for about 3 hours straight. During our walk we passed by a big friendly giant, the Buda Castle and a Jewish memorial. Nathan loved the bridges and we took our time walking across them.

Day 2 was ...

Day 39 - Budapest

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 11, 2014

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... We made our way home after 30,000 steps. On our way we came across a couple getting married on the bridge. Not my ideal location with traffic passing by on the other side. We had chicken breast and rice for supper. Cory made his chestnut and we both tried. They're mealy and taste like potato with a nasty bitter after taste. All that wondering and they were ...

Budapest

A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 18, 2014

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... full day we did a walking tour and explored the Western side of the Danube and walked all around the palace grounds, saw the citadel and a big church.  Budapest is famous for its ruin bars , which were so much fun (especially when you take into account that beer is cheaper than water).  We went out to Szimpla, which is known as 'the mother of all ruin bars' and it was so much different than anything I’ve ever seen.  ...

Another moped day. Got a bunch done!

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 21, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... cities in the past after government structure and leaders were changed or removed. now they were all in one place to wander around. Amanda and I mimicked some of the statues and walked around.
Left this place and the road took us directly back towards our hotel. needed to get train tickets for following day's trip to Croatia so we stopped there along the way. Wanted to go up the big hill which overlooked Budapest and the Danube river (we had seen ...

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