Omnibusz Hotel

Address: Ulloi ut 108, Budapest, 1101, Hungary | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Kobánya area of Budapest, is near Holocaust Memorial Center, Margaret Bridge, Erkel Theatre, and Vigado Square (Vigado ter).
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    A travel blog entry by rachelandsasha on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... Hungarian conflict. It was only opened for the public in 2008 and still has most of its original hospital equipment, although it was last used in the 60's. Although it was designed to hold around 60 people, there were periods of time when it housed over 600 patients. It was very cool to see how a secret hospital tucked away in underground tunnels functioned! Once we finished our museum touring and history lessons, we got on a free (and air conditioned) bus to quickly see some ...

    Life Admin

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on May 22, 2015

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    ... money to travel. This is why I'm going to rough it, and knowing Murphy's Law it will probably rain even harder as a result.

    Despite the wet, I'm rather happy to be back in Central Europe. Don't get me wrong, I like Western Europe. But as you get further East everything gets cheaper, the food gets better, the tourists get more worldly, the locals get friendlier and everything just gets that little bit of dirt and grime that adds character. I feel far more at ...

    Petőfi Sándor night at the Waldorf Iskola

    A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 30, 2015

    4 photos

    ... various students standing up to either read out of their exercise books (I think these were essays they had written about parts of Petofi's life) or to recite a poem they had memorized. There were a few songs that the entire class got up to sing - Sam included - and even a traditional folk dance, that involved the boys marching off to battle while the girls waved good bye with their hankies. (In Keith's opinion, the girls seemed to be encouraging the boys to leave for war ...

    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).


    Budapest day 23-25

    A travel blog entry by leighbee87 on Sep 25, 2014

    Budapest was very similar to Prague. Very beautiful. It is a city spaced over the Danube river. On one side you have Bude and the other side you have Pest.Bude is mostly residential and pest is touristy although there are places to see in both. We stayed in a hostel in Pest. On day one we went on a walking tour. We walked up to the palace in Buda which is seriously stunning and houses the museums. We went to the wheel in elsibeth square, to the markets ...