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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      Budapest Meets Dracula- A Story

      A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... women were inclined to agree and let the guitarist play his song woefully. It should be understood that this song, although in the genre that should set any vampire fearer on edge, was by no means disarming if only for the reason that it did not appear that the guitarist knew any of the words and was merely capable of making noises and smacking his guitar where appropriate.

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      Matthias Church and ruin bars

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 27, 2014

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      ... through the streets, trying to decide which ruin bar to go to and we noticed big piles of garbage on the streets, with people picking through them. It must have been an "anything you want to get rid of" garbage day- there were people trolling the streets, pulling over with their cars and strapping stuff on top or stuffing it inside. We came across Lokal, which had some cool jazzy music, an open courtyard bar with scrap furniture and benches and tables made ...

      Let the sightseeing begin!

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 04, 2014

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      ... Now it's been turned into a nightclub/cafe. We started the walking tour at Vorosmarty square, flanked by the famous Gerbaud cafe, visited by Austro-Hungarian Empress Elizabeth (Sissi), who the Elizabeth bridge was named after. Also on that square is a very modern glass building in stark contrast to the ornate buildings around it. Jim of course had to pose next to a huge soccer ball covered in Adidas logos.... Then we saw the Pesti Vigado (concert hall) with ...

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      Freezing frog

      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 04, 2014

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      ... statues and plaques there on the far edge of town, and make money by charging tourists an entrance fee. Adam Smith would be proud.      The park is a hoot and a good history lesson. Overshadowing the park is a statue of Stalin's boots. It had been a huge statue of the Marshal but was pulled over in the 1956 uprising, and never replaced, and nothing remained except his boots. Thus, the boots are there on a raised plinth above ...