Travel Blogs from Budapest, Hungary

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Pest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Pest

A travel blog entry by eundel

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... the park, I boarded the metro to skip past the parts of Andrássy Avenue I had already seen. When I arrived at Budapest yesterday, I bought a 3-day pass for unlimited use of public transportation. I'm pretty sure I got my money's worth. I'm entirely sure ...

So Long, Slovenia, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

So Long, Slovenia

A travel blog entry by eundel

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... with the breeze from the moving train. Getting to my hotel from the train station took a little more thinking than I expected. Budapest was a major city with around 1.7 million people. It had several major train stations, one for each direction you ...

The East of the West & the West of the East, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

The East of the West & the West of the East

A travel blog entry by sutiramisu

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... .  While we contemplated these things we made the acquiantance of a man, Istvan, who was a resident of Budapest who had visited Vancouver once upon a time.  He and his wife were pleasant company and impressively tolerant of ...

Hungary?, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Hungary?

A travel blog entry by danly

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... and said a few phrases for us which were the funiest sounds I have heard come out of someone's mouth!  The weather in Budapest is strange, warm one minute and raining and cold the next!  The walking tour included most of the sites in Budapest ...

Budapest., Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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Budapest. ...

Undiscovered Prague, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Undiscovered Prague

A travel blog entry by eric

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... ; The view from Buda hill is spectacular.  And worth the hike up. I think the previous inhabitants liked walking Budapest too.  The Romans are believed to have introduced thermal baths here.  The Turks later popularized them.  Today ...

Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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... would come across a much less crowded part and the highest tower where no-one goes! Day 3 We seen so much more of Budapest this visit. We'd come across parks we never knew existed. We thought we'd take a side trip to see something outside of the ...

Beautiful Budapest or I'm Hungry in Hungary, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Beautiful Budapest or I'm Hungry in Hungary

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... only steps from our hotel in Vienna on Maria Hilfer Strasse. We arrive in a busy, dilapidated yet beautiful boned train station in Budapest a few short hours later. We decide to get cash from the ATM and have to wait in a Communist style breadline to get ...

Thermal healing, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Thermal healing

A travel blog entry by hels_belles

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... oldest (read worst) that I've been on.  I wasn't too impressed with the ticket system either.... Well, time was up, the end of my last day in Budapest.  Overall I was a little disappointed in the city, I just didn't feel anything from ...

Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Sziget Festival

A travel blog entry by baileyandkerry

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... pissed herself. And we survived! The long version: Ljubljana was a disappointment so we cut short our stay and headed to Budapest where we had 24 hours of extraordinary good luck. Everywhere and everyone said that camping tickets had sold out, however ...

The language is sumptuous, the food scrumptious, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

The language is sumptuous, the food scrumptious

A travel blog entry by sojanet

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... the controls--this is it. -From Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand I took my third- and probably the last- overnight train to Budapest, Hungary.  I have been looking forward to Budapest for two reasons: 1) I get to travel alone for the first time in ...

Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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Hello, I am now in Budapest Hungary. cheers, ...

The Blue Danube, Dunabogdani, Hungary travel blog

The Blue Danube

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... left they could also say "hello, good-bye, goodnight and 2 minutes please". Well, we should have camped a little closer to Budapest because the rickety bus trip into town was a bone crunching, sweltering, packed, 1 hour and 10 minutes, followed by 10 ...

Hot Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Hot Budapest

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... which looks over all of Buda and Pest, the two sides of the river. The view was magnificent. The architecture in Budapest is sensational, the reliefs on the buildings and statuary breathtaking. A huge beer for the boys and an iced coffee for Lynn ...

Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest

A travel blog entry by hels_belles

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... were, checked out the nice buildings over the Danube on the Buda side of the city lit up and also the Basilica.  Budapest is basically 2 distinct districts; Buda where a lot of the older buildings are found, and Pest which is much more the busy part ...

Mandragera, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Mandragera

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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Took a long but uneventful train ride from Prague to Budapest today after a teary goodbye to my mom who also left to go home to Long Beach.  Comfy 2nd class seats on the train.  Sat next to and across from two older German women who kept having ...

Hungarian ramblings...., Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Hungarian ramblings....

A travel blog entry by rawhideone

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... to the countryside.. ....the couchsurfers here really got it going on!!!! A very friendly community, the friendliest people in Budapest to my experience, super nice people...and they're totally into helping you out... ...Hungarian food ....mmmmmm ...

Budapest, St Stephens Day, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest, St Stephens Day

A travel blog entry by hels_belles

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A nice sunny day greeted me in the morning, so after a shower and some scran we headed out, planning on catching some of the air show around the Danube, and taking some sights in along the way, then seeing St Stephens hand parade, and finally ...

Feasting on hospitality...., Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Feasting on hospitality....

A travel blog entry by rawhideone

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... too long to load and I got impatient...but listen to them...these musicians were playing outside the palace of Buda in Hungary... But Now Were on to ROMANIA!! Pull in to Cluj-Napoca, find the hostel and within ten minutes this guy, who is ...

Dunabogdani, Dunabogdani, Hungary travel blog

Dunabogdani

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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Wandering the Streets of Buda... and Pest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Wandering the Streets of Buda... and Pest

A travel blog entry by susan_g

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... hand is much newer and has lots of shops, cafes etc - it's basically where everything happens. It's also where I stayed. I like Budapest - the river is a lively focal point and it's a pleasant change from the cities where the old town is surrounded by ...

Budapest, Hungary, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... of those in the rooms practicing and I was glad that I was far, far away from having to do that myself. Geographically, Budapest is a lot like Portland, Oregon. There is a river running North to South through the city, there are 6 bridges connecting the ...

The Road to Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

The Road to Budapest

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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We did a three-and-a half hour drive down to Budapest yesterday from Brusno, Slovakia. Hungary is supposedly more well off than Slovakia. I didn't see it, at least not between the Slovakian border and the actual city of Budapest. There were horse/donkey ...

Full of Sziget, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Full of Sziget

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... ahead. And the morning I woke up in Bratislava, I tried, but I couldn't book anything day of online, so I assumed, well, Budapest is a big city, better equipped for tourists and at least one hostel is bound to send a lackey to the train station to swoop ...

Hairy Hungarians, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Hairy Hungarians

A travel blog entry by danly

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Hello everyone Daniel here, Well I have been quite impressed with Budapest.  It is quite a beautiful city especially at night with all the buildings along the Danube lit up and after our tour yesterday we now know that the buildings actually ...

Dunabogdani Camp Bule, On the river, Hungary travel blog

Dunabogdani Camp Bule

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... the Danube and we were on our way again, the owners of the campground waving us goodbye. What a wonderful place to stay, amongst families and friends. It is the picture which comes to my mind when I think of Hungary; Camping Bule, Auto Camp, ...

Running for the night train to Romania, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Running for the night train to Romania

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... from the Hungarian border where our worries began. The amount of time we would have to spare for our train change in Budapest for our final destination, Sighisoara Romania, was 45 minutes. But the train from Sturovo to Budapest was going to be 50 minutes ...

Interesting Facts, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Interesting Facts

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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We recently got this in an email and thought it was pretty good. Apologies for any copyright. If anyone has any issues please let us know. What it means to be Australian Being Australian is about driving in a German car to an Irish pub for a ...

Buda (And a Bit More Pest), Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Buda (And a Bit More Pest)

A travel blog entry by eundel

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... women. I picked up a booklet on the church, and it turned out the difference in layouts between the Dubrovnik and Budapest Synagogues was likely because Dubrovnik was Orthodox, while the Dohány Street Synagogue was Neolog. Also according to the ...

The Language Barrier, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

The Language Barrier

A travel blog entry by daveaway

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In Europe, I am visiting a large number of different countries that speak different languages. Fortunately a lot of young Europeans speak quite competent English. Because of this they actually prefer to speak English with you, as it is the universal ...

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