Green Bridge Hostel and Apartments

Address: 22-24 Molnar utca, District 5, Foldszint 7, Budapest, 1054, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Belváros-Lipótváros area of Budapest, is near Gellert Baths, Central Market Hall (Nagy Vasarcsarnok), Rudas Baths, and Citadella.
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      Eastern European Experience: Budapest

      A travel blog entry by rosannadotro on Jan 30, 2015

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      Let me start this entry off with that i was supposed to hear from the boys friday morning when they got to the airport.... the were not answering so part of me assumed i would be going to Budapest alone.... finally right before i leave work to go to the airport i get the email that Jaymin lost his phone.. OK whatever.. typical... i get to the airport and i am taken back by the black eye on Jaymin's face... what ...

      Pleasantly Surprised in Budapest

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 30, 2014

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      ... for the first few years, Hungarian Jews were protected from deportation. Jews were put into a ghetto, but it wasn't until 1944, when they began to be deported or murdered. In all, somewhere around 600 000 Hungarian Jews were killed. The number could have been bigger, but thankfully the war ended in 1945, sparing some Jews. In the late 1800s and early 1900s is when the three main synagogues were built in Budapest. The orthodox synagogue still operates today with ...

      The return adventure

      A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Sep 27, 2014

      ... blocking all the views, although occasionally I get to see a farm or village. I guess this is the Hungarian countryside though.

      Summary recommendation: take the train unless you're on a tight budget. It was a bit more expensive and only dropped me at the train station, where I had to take another bus to the airport, but it was a much nicer ride than the bus and I was able to get more done since the wifi actually worked. Also, I slept better.


      A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on May 25, 2014

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      ... night. Within about 20 minutes, two very pretty girls appeared in the VIP room. Pretty girls in short skirts. Very short. So of course, the question was raised as to the nature of their business in the VIP room. Me being the subtle and discreet person I am, thought it would be best to enquire. So I mozied on over and graciously asked "is there anything we could do to convince to go and spend some time with my friend over there? It's his bachelor ...

      I <3 Budapest!

      A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13 on Dec 18, 2013


      ... by lights, add to that the street lights and the Christmas lights streaming all over the city on a night with a low cloud ceiling and the city was enveloped in a warm amber glow which was just breathtaking. Our ship was docked at the foot of the Buda castle, on the Pest side of the Danube. Later I read the account of writer & traveller Bernard Newman's first glimpse of Budapest, " The whole of the city was brilliantly lit; on either bank the national ...