Budapest Centrum Hostel

Nador utca 26, 1st floor 3, Budapest, 1051, Hungary
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Camera is lost - looking for the pictures!

by stefek99

Me and my friends were celebrating the New Year's Eve in Budapest. Unfortunately we've lost our camera. We were dressed up in a painters suits that looked like that - http://pulzar.dominet.hu/partikepek/081231_Sinosz/081231_Sinosz_136.jpg - many people took a picture of us (we had also ski googles, flowerpot and inflating flower).

Maybe someone has seen of the pictures and could send a link to? These are precious memories and we don't want to lose them!

PS. This is me on the picture, my friends also wore this kind of clothes :)
>> mstefanow [at] gmail com << [this is my email address]

Re: Camera is lost - looking for the pictures!

by danbp

Did you try partyphoto.hu ?

Re: Camera is lost - looking for the pictures!

by stefek99

Thanks for your advice. Actually I tried that website, but so far there are no pictures there.

Look what I've got:
http://www.soundhead.hu/portal/index.php/component/option,com_zoom/Itemid,79/PageNo,3/catid,1219/

http://www.pulzar.hu/partykepek/2008/12/31/bladerunnaz-circus-maximus-pres-drum-n-bass-szilveszter/5

Still waiting for some random pictures, maybe one day... :)

Re: Camera is lost - looking for the pictures!

by danbp

People look sort of drunk over there, a fair bit, at least :) But that's the way it should be on NYE.

Travel Tips for Budapest

St. Matthias church

by AndyRG

It is a spectacular church of the 13th century (it has been restored in 1960's). King Matthias was married there twice. The crypt inside the church can be visited. Organ concerts are usually held there.

GET A 'PESTI EST' First thing...

by madbal

GET A 'PESTI EST' First thing you'll need to discover the culture and (night)life of the City. It's a free weekly magazine, contains all the informations about movies, theather, music events, concerts, clubs, etc etc... You can get this guide magazine in every Cinema, theather, café, restaurant, but hurry up! Every week they're releasing 'only' 150.000 exemplars, and sometimes it ain't enough, so get your copy before the weekend...

http://est.hu Last years Jazz Turbulence Party on the Citadella Garden. Imagine the summer city night, all the lights on, view of the whole city, and the live music set by Dzihan and Kamien (from Vienna).

Hungarian Tradition

by cobrioc

Hungarians tend to differentiate between those who are familiar to them (i.e., family and friends) and those who have yet to enter this realm. So when you are first introduced to someone make sure to call them by their appropriate title (e.g., Dr., Mr., Mrs.) followed by their last name. When in doubt in Hungary, opt for formality.
On business cards and the like, the last name precedes the first name.
Handshakes are the common gesture of greeting, no matter how well you know someone.
Expect to be offered both food and drink—and lots of it—when you enter someone's home. Always accept at least a modest serving of whatever is offered. If you're concerned about drinking too much, drink slowly and then politely decline the offer of another drink.

Hungarians are a talkative and passionate people. They frequently state their opinions in very direct terms. Expect lively and sometimes heated discussions.
When in doubt, tip, much like you would in North America. Ten percent and upwards is a good, general rule for wait-people, bartenders, taxi drivers, hairdressers, etc.

FOOD AND DRINK IN HUNGARY

Goulash (called gulyas in Hungarian), fish soup, and various paprika-laden concoctions are staples in the Hungarian diet.

If you stay in Budapest, there are plenty of different kinds of restaurants to choose from—Italian, Thai, vegetarian, etc. Cooking at home, on the other hand, will limit your choices because grocery stores, even in the big city, are not consistently well-stocked with different items from the various food groups.

Teetotalers are a rare breed in Hungary. Liquor such as vodka and apricot brandy, beer, and red wine are consumed in great quantities. In fact, Hungary is famous the world over for both red wine and a sweet, dessert wine called Tokaji.

"I couldn't believe it. Many of the pubs in Budapest already were busy by eight-thirty in the morning. Even some of the construction workers were chugging on big bottles of beer well before noon."

Batthyány tér

by mikey_e

Batthyány tér is a small square in Buda right by the waters of the Danube. It is not really a noticeable or large square, and if you find yourself here it may be because you are going to the subway stop (of the same name) from Buda Castle. Nevertheless, it is a cute, small area in Buda that hosts the Church of St. Anne, a Baroque church built in the early part of the 18th century. The entire square is quite quiet and tranquil, and you can admire the Baroque style of St. Anne’s from one of the many pancake shops that line the square.

Squirrels

by DPando

Amidst the leafs pouring down we say this beautifull squirrel. Doesnt look at us afraid or unwary at all...he came to us looking what bloody did us there. lol

The garden is 2.5km large and an average of 500m wide. it gets a sort of everuthing , zoo park, restaurants, spa's, former small church. Yuo have to walk or ride because cars are not allowed, but its better this way absolutelly

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