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Day 25, 26, and 27- Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Day 25, 26, and 27- Budapest

A travel blog entry by tadtravels

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... had both of his weddings there.  The colorful roof of the church is made from ceramics created in a southern part of Hungary.  Behind the church is the Fisherman's Bastion.  This is the large lookout terrace that spans a large stretch of ...

Settling in tour, Debrecen, Hungary travel blog

Settling in tour

A travel blog entry by jenl

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Today I met with the consultant from our relocation company in Budapest so that he could give me kind of an orientation tour and help me set up some of the normal living stuff here. We spent the afternoon driving around Debrecen and ...

Bus Tour of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Bus Tour of Budapest

A travel blog entry by scottik38

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Well another fine day in Budapest so we decided to go for a bus tour around the city. The tour lasted about 3 hours and you could get on and off at the main tourist stops. The tour took us to the older part od the capital, Buda, up tp the main castles ...

Built for tourists - Budapest unplugged, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Built for tourists - Budapest unplugged

A travel blog entry by ontheroa

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... to my Kindle I'm now setup with a 3-day itinerary that is totally free. https://sites.google.com/a/bigboytravel.com/www/europe/hungary/budapest It appears these exist for other cities in Europe too and in this case I find it an absolute gem....Budapest ...

Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest

A travel blog entry by dipal88

Jo napot kivanok from Hungary. arrived on mon without any probs from bratislva. picked up adam from the airport than evening. little did we know, it was st stephens day on mon so we came back from the airport with the sounds of fireworks from the castle ...

Definitely not hungry in hungry, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Definitely not hungry in hungry

A travel blog entry by beth

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Made it to Budapest. It's a neat city (a bit hot though), with great architecture and it's quite big. Even though this is high season, there are tons of empty streets and restaurants. Budapest used to be divided into Buda and Pest, which are separated ...

Monastaries, hotel madness, Hungarian relatives, Pecs, Hungary travel blog

Monastaries, hotel madness, Hungarian relatives

A travel blog entry by carleenrenee

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... nest in the shower, the filth, and the crazy people there, but you get the idea. The next morning we finally got a train into Hungary, to Szeged, then took a bus to Pecs. We are in Pecs because I am visiting relatives here. Lisay and I went to dinner at ...

H20: Thermal baths, waterpark, and Lake Balaton, Balatonfured (Lake Balaton), Hungary travel blog

H20: Thermal baths, waterpark, and Lake Balaton

A travel blog entry by carleenrenee

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... melting in the sun. From Budapest, the plan was to go to Croatia, but Lisay and I decided we wanted a little more time in Hungary, so we are saving Croatia for next month. When Yarrow and her boyfriend left for Croatia, Lisay and I came to Lake Balaton ...

Europe changes / Europa verändert sich, Sárospatak, Hungary travel blog

Europe changes / Europa verändert sich

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad

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... in Europe). Next, I notice that all the houses are surrounded by a fence. In the evening I cross the border and stay in Hungary. Funny currency they have. Times have quickly left 10,000 forints from the ATM (40 ~ CHF). They had probably even a 'small' ...

Anna jövetele, Vál, Hungary travel blog

Anna jövetele

A travel blog entry by misku

Szoval ittvanhát tessék elkezdem irni visszaeimlékezéseim megint, nektek, és magamnak. lesz itt villamoson megbaszás, szuperszerencse dögivel, szerelem, rizseslecso, és sör nagy mennyiségben. Szóval ezen csütörtöki napon drága lubo, az én ...

Buda + Pest = Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Buda + Pest = Budapest

A travel blog entry by gaplyf

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... budapestian! We went and explored a famous food and trinkets market. We then went into the "terror museum" which showed Hungary's involvement , or more timeline of events beginning around 1941 when the nazis began to attack till about 1991 when USSR ...

Arrival in Budapest, Hungary, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Arrival in Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by victorkubik

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We arrive in Budapest just before 10:00 am....more than half an hour ahead of schedule.  At the modern airport going through passport control and customs is a breeze.  We head straight for the mini-bus and off to our hotel the Ibis Centrum. ...

Back in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Back in Budapest

A travel blog entry by scottik38

Finally got settled back in at Gery's apartment, though this time we only had the one apartment but luckily it was the large one. Dave was only staying the one night before catching the train the following day to Sofiia. Went around to our favourite pub ...

Week 8 =), Debrecen, Hungary travel blog

Week 8 =)

A travel blog entry by jenl

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The weeks at work seem to keep getting crazier and crazier, so this week has been pretty much that. I also feel like I'm getting sick, so I haven't felt much like doing anything at night. That being said, I did have my first company over to my apartment ...

Meeting Sophie and family, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Meeting Sophie and family

A travel blog entry by travelinsara

Home sweet home.  What a wonderful family.  What a beautiful city.  Tour on the Danube, renting the bicycle (for four) - getting caught in the rain - wandering the city streets above it all - saying goodbye to Sophie and a ride out to the ...

Krems to Debrecen (long one this guys - sorry!), Debrecen, Hungary travel blog

Krems to Debrecen (long one this guys - sorry!)

A travel blog entry by lintonandjames

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... middle, so Linton decided to stay put with Felix and relax while Jim left to go on a tour about the Communist era in Hungary and how it affected Budapest. Jim felt the tour was really insightful as he had relatively little knowledge on the subject and the ...

Stone Guardians, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Stone Guardians

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... , the one word I did understand was "mafia." We rolled past industrial ghost towns and sunflower fields of Slovenia and into Hungary. JF asked how I liked Bucharest. Of course I liked it, particularly the buildings in the old town. JF laughed and said ...

Budapest, Hungary, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by martinlizama

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Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Budapest

A travel blog entry by alicezhangmd

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Welcome to my eurotrip blog! I went on a similar backpacking trip to China and Taiwan in 2013 but always regretted not blogging it. Thanks for reading, and feel free to follow along! This is a special trip because it marks the end of an era of being a ...

Back to Buda, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Back to Buda

A travel blog entry by roamingwilliam

Wow, after spending a night in the Vienna train station on our route to Budapest its a relief to be here.  The train station unexpectedly closed at 1 - 4, so we spent 3 hours outside the station.  As you may know, most train stations are a ...

5-days race in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

5-days race in Budapest

A travel blog entry by fast

Budapest is a big city with big buildings. didnt like it too much. booring terrain... but an experience as everything else... now of to ...

From Hospitals to the Opera, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

From Hospitals to the Opera

A travel blog entry by theresapitts

An overnight train (somehow in a first class private carriage) to Budapest and staying in Clara's apartment through air bnb was a great way to experience this awesome town. It was just gorgeious – a castle (of course) and a beautiful ...

The Strict Hungarians, Debrecen, Hungary travel blog

The Strict Hungarians

A travel blog entry by amyope

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... They sent a security guard down to unlock the door, and he looked at the vodka, winked at me and said "Good evening?"  Jeez. Hungary!  Well, it was pretty laid back, and turns out, my roommate wasn't even 5 minutes away in the Bowling Bar in our ...

Taking the Waters, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Taking the Waters

A travel blog entry by dorrance

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Walking has been our main transportation every day since the trip started. I tried family walks to the grocery store to get us used being out of our cars (a rarity in Southern California), but there was really no preparation for the countless kilometers ...

Art exhibits and football fans, Debrecen, Hungary travel blog

Art exhibits and football fans

A travel blog entry by jenl

I spent a fairly low-key weekend basically working, reading, and riding my bike. The weather this weekend was beautiful, so I figured I should  take full advantage while it's still nice enough to be outside. The streets are really pretty ...

I found joga!!!, Debrecen, Hungary travel blog

I found joga!!!

A travel blog entry by jenl

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... it was really fun. I want to do that again too. Speaking of fitness, well, maybe wellness anyway...I had my first massage in Hungary on my birthday, and I have to say there is very little modesty here. The therapist had just finished another lady, and as ...

Kiskassa to Barcs, Barcs, Hungary travel blog

Kiskassa to Barcs

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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let's try this again shall we.., Budapest, Hungary travel blog

let's try this again shall we..

A travel blog entry by rampantredhead

... pretty to take pictures from of the rest of the city. Really cool shopping and this hugee market right down from the chain bridge. All in all im glad i went back to hungary because i had a much better experience overall with the people and the scenery. ...

Kecskemet, Kecskemet, Hungary travel blog

Kecskemet

A travel blog entry by clare_pinki

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Pretty buildings. National Park - ...

Castelo Vajdahunyad e Ilha Margarida, Budapest, Hungary travel blog

Castelo Vajdahunyad e Ilha Margarida

A travel blog entry by sguerreiro

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Hoje, iniciámos a nossa jornada pela encantadora rua Hermínia, admirando primeiro o bonito edifício estilo secessăo "Villa Sipeki Balázs", do arquitecto Ödön Lechner (1845-1914), passámos pelo museu dos Transportes em direcçăo aos Banhos ...

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