SAS Club Hotel

Address: XII. Torokbalinti ut, 51-53, Budapest, 1112, Hungary | 3 star hotel
 
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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 ...

      Goodbye liver.

      A travel blog entry by tweld on Aug 24, 2014

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      ... ON THE BUS! After being completely grossed out and relieved to get off that smelly wagon, I got to the subway station in Budapest. I had some troubles with getting a ticket, asked for help and was given a response of, "yeah I don't know what to tell you". After about a half hour if trying to figure out how to get a ticket, I finally did and got on the bus and walked to my first hostel. This place was by far the dirtiest, craziest place ...

      Hungary - Budapest

      A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 11, 2014

      27 photos

      ... through being able to wear jeans and drink coke. Prefab concrete and asbestos used for flats with very thin walls. That period was low in child birth as every sound was heard! Little identical boxes, tiny boxes. Freezing cold and boiling hot all built on top of Roman ruins. FREE FROM COMMUNISM, a smaller country as borders changed. 1990 High level of democracy but also unemployment, disappointment in the people that there is no communism in some as it ...

      "The past must be acknowledged"- Jozsef Atilla

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 10, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... was already there, so we had to wait in line for tickets. As we were waiting, signs were put out that the permanent exhibits were closed today and only the special Toulouse Lautrec one was open... Needless to say, we weren't impressed. Off we went, heading down Andrassy to the House of Terror. We're glad it worked out this way- this is an exhibit that I haven't seen before and an important one. The building, on a prime location on Andrassy ut, has a distinctive ...

      Belgrade to Budapest

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 06, 2014

      4 photos

      ... easy to tell that I’m no longer in the Balkans. I found 2Night Hostel and checked into my room. It’s nothing special, but it’s in a pretty cool old building with a big courtyard. It needs a lot of work, but it could be a really nice building. I dropped my bags off and headed out in the city. It was surprising to me how health conscious this city seems to be. There are ...