Bai Panzio

Address: Wesselenyi street 87, Budapest, 1201, Hungary | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located in the Pesterzsébet area of Budapest, is near City Segway Tours - Budapest, Ecseri Flea Market (Ecseri bolhapiac), Hortobagy National Park, and Puszta Animal Park.
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      Train and exploration, Budapest.

      A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Jan 03, 2015

      ... there just happened to be a fabulous outlook. Sad for me, it was infested with hundreds of tourists and half the shots I wanted to take with different views were impossible because there was always someone walking through or posing to have their picture taken in front of the view with Parliament behind. I’m glad people are getting out and seeing the sights, but after wandering around looking for an overlook of the city and stumbling upon this place, it maddened me ...

      Budapest had good vibes.

      A travel blog entry by on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... to kind of be part of a normal day in Budapest. We also witnessed a lady accidentally let her stroller roll into a duck pond! I swear it happened in slow motion, but there was nothing anyone could do! The child was not in the stroller. So no big deal. And the family had a good laugh about it. And so did Cortney and I... We continued exploring throughout the day and are now waiting on our bus to Prague. Currently our bus is an hour late... So we will see how this ...

      DAY 33: Sunday, 5 October

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 05, 2014

      ... but seeing it here in Europe as living history makes it so fascinating for me as an Australian. It was time to head over to the a parliament building. It's in an area where there several other beautiful buildings. One I stopped to photograph was the National Ethnographic Museum right opposite. Anyway, we go in for the Parliament building tour. It wasn't cheap at AUD$20, but I wasn't particularly interested in what we learnt. Our your guide was nice enough but she was a bit ...

      Budapest Day 2

      A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 13, 2014

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      ... about The recent history of Budapest we went off to enjoy the circus which has been held in the city since the 1800. Unsure what to think about the fact that they used animals in the show Freya assured me that she'd done her research and that all the animals were well looked after and the circus had the EU stamp of approval. I wasn't disappointed none of the animals were our for very long and they all looked ...

      The Danube again

      A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... a few times! His other ploy was to have family members sitting at a table eating with tourist maps in their hands.

      Back to the station for another coffee in the Business Lounge. I'd read that the dining car often wasn't operating on the Ister (our overnight train). The girl in the Lounge and a man who worked at Tourist Information also said to stock up on food. So we walked over to the Arena Plaza and bought wine, panini, ...