In my experience Hungarians often like to have the toilet in a separate room from the bathroom (where you shower etc.), which might help make this sentence more sensible for those of us who aren't used to the distinction. The toilet (mosdó) might just have the toilet seat and a sink, whereas the bathroom (fürdőszoba) could have a mirror, a bathtub and a shower etc. I've even seen a toilet room with just the toilet seat, so you had to walk through the living room to the bathroom to wash your hands, though I imagine that's not so typical.
I've even seen a toilet room with just the toilet seat, so you had to walk through the living room to the bathroom to wash your hands, though I imagine that's not so typical.
Standard in most older New Zealand houses - a washbasin in a toilet is very rare. (And toilets are usually in their own room so both the toilet and bathroom can be used independently)
In the US we use the word "bathroom" to describe the toilet, though it could mean the regular bathroom as well. Funny, ha? So "where is the bathroom?" usually mean that you are looking for the loo, WC. The word Toilet is used to describe the equipment itself. Gosh this is getting too technical...