The Groove

Address: Szt. Istvan krt. 16 II/14, Budapest, 1137, Hungary | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Angyalföld area of Budapest, is near Gellert Hill and Statue (Gellert Hegy), WestEnd City Center, Museum of Ethnography (Neprajzi Muzeum), and Budapest Plage.
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    Of Politics and Opera

    A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Feb 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... enjoy the soprano. [Laura agrees that the men were much more entertaining.] Don't know if they would agree to go again, but they did make the most of the experience. I enjoyed it, though the ending was a bit hard to follow (even knowing what was supposed to be going on), I was just feeling very warm the whole time, not helped by the fact that Blake was on my lap some of the time and the seats all sat over heating vents (would have been nice if it had been cooler).


    Pleasantly Surprised in Budapest

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 30, 2014

    23 photos

    ... A clever businessman decided to build residential flats in district 7 and allow Jewish people to rent them. This worked brilliantly since district 7 was outside the city walls but very close so the people moving into the flats could have easy access to everything. District 7 grew fast as a Jewish community and was full of stores and restaurants for the needs of its residents.

    Today, district 7 is still known as the Jewish quarter and it is where ...

    Day 11 Budapest day 2

    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Aug 30, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... climb down a ladder backwards around 50 feet and we are in complete darkness until we turn on our lights. Let the fun begin. Our venture starts out easy but shortly comes to our first challenge. We need to crawl thru a tunnel that is just about as wide as our shoulders. One by one our group works its way thru. This turns out to be just one of many narrow tunnels that we squeeze thru. Caving makes an MRI seem like the Chunnel in England! ...

    When in Budapest, Do as the Hungarians Do

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on Jun 02, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... it didn't help at all.

    As we left the restaurant, we headed toward the highlight of our evening- we were going to relax in authentic Hungarian thermal baths. Hungary is situated over hundreds of hot springs so they have dozens of thermal baths where you can pay to sit in the warm mineral water. They mix the hot springs with cold water to get them to the right temperature. This was definitely a new and strange experience but we really enjoyed ...

    Thoroughly enjoying myself!

    A travel blog entry by curious1 on Dec 13, 2013

    12 photos

    ... but didn't have the space to carry them. I did get another one of the chocolate cake balls that are absolutely delicious. I made a huge effort to remember their name, but it is no use! Starts with a K. Has what tastes like kirsch in it (some are quite boozy). Overall they are delicious, a staple of my diet here, along with mulled wine!

    Then, as it is cold out, I went to the Szechenyi baths, and soaked for about an hour and a half. There are more than 20 pools to visit, ...