Travel Blogs from Budapest
... of photographs. It was raining and we
decided to take the bus no 16 down and ended in a metro station. From there we
decided to visit the City Park. The metro ends right inside it. We saw the
Szechenyi Bath - which is one of the highlights in Budapest - its a communal
swimming pool but with a fantastic surrounding of palatial buildings. It has a
thermal pool as well. The rain become heavier and we walked towards the heroes
square - and stopped by the ...
Much can be said about the headaches of travel and I do have my fair share of woes, but all things considered, my 20 hour airfare over to Hungary wasn't too bad! Many of the flights were cancelled in Cleveland due to the snow and extreme cold, but I managed to make it out of Cleveland and through JFK and London Heathrow with no delays or cancelations. I even managed to run into another girl named Tinsley at the JFK airport who was also flying out for The ...
... s Basilica for an even better view of the city. Sadly, the inside was off limits due to a wedding, but I plan to return for the mass tomorrow. I spent the rest of the evening looking at other things to do in Budapest like a shooting range, caves, the hot baths, and the details for more tours. Dinner at the hostel was at 7:00 pm, and we had pork with potatoes and a cream sauce; it was delicious! Afterwards I went for a stroll around town to see some of ...
... going on in Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe.
A major power that emerged in Central Europe was the Kingdom of Hungary in the late Middle Ages. This Kingdom was three times the size of modern day Hungary. Eventually an alliance was formed with neighbouring Austria and they formed the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
This stretched from what is now the Czech Republic, across to ...
... We met a girl who was staying at our hostel named Nora, she was from Bremen in Germany. She was really nice so she had lunch with us too.
After lunch we had a look around the palace, which in my opinion wasn't the prettiest of palaces, but it was still nice. Then we caught a bus back to the other side of the bridge and went to the basilica. The basilica had some ruins burried there of a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdler Apartments Budapest
Great to have a taste of independent living here. Cheap accommodation in city centre. Great to have cooking and washing facilities. Air conditioned, great wifi. Loved our stay.
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