Budapest Easy Flat

Address: jokai ter n6, Budapest, 1061, Hungary | Condo
 
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      Eastern Delights

      A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... of the last Soviet monuments honoring the liberation of the city from the Nazis in 1945, as well as a larger than life statue of Ronald Reagan, a gift from our nation memorializing his role in liberating the country from the Soviet communist regime. The American Embassy and National Bank is also here, as well as a fun interactive fountain that opens up when you walk toward it so you are able to walk right through the middle. ...

      Getting our bearings

      A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... very disappointed. We wandered back along Vaci Utza, which John said used to be the exclusive fashion strip. I was tempted by a few dresses but, with my beer income and champagne tastes, it wasn't going to happen.

      The dinner cruise was absolutely wonderful with a great 4 course meal as the sun set and we repeatedly went up and down the central part of the city past the main local landmarks. It was very romantic and a wonderful way to celebrate our second ...

      Three Pests in Buda

      A travel blog entry by merlest54 on May 14, 2014

      4 comments, 32 photos

      ... lifted the mat, picked up the key left under it, as you do, and unlocked the door. He indicated to us that we go right through and out to the outdoor terrace on the other side. From here we had lovely views over the village to the Danube and the hills beyond. We sat at a long wooden table and Adam served us more wines in lovely glasses. The Gruner Vetliner here was magnificent. Three more wines and all I wanted was a bed under the tree but no rest for ...

      Budapest

      A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 07, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... of Budapest starting on the Pest side. Here starts the history lesson Budapest was originally 2 cities Buda (the hilly side) and Pest (the flat side pronounced b OO - d-uh-p EH s t NOT budaPEST!
      Buda and Pest became Budapest approx 1896 and evolved from the Austrian -Hungary Empire. Before WW1 Hungary was 3 times larger than it is now. Today of the 10 million people in Hungary 2 million live in Budapest. Heroes' Square and the wide Boulevards were created to ...

      First Zoo!

      A travel blog entry by essejtravels on Apr 27, 2014

      6 photos

      ... to visit it. After walking through the island's centre (where all the lovely parks were) we found the zoo and it must have been a rehabilitation centre because there was a sea-eagle there with only one wing. They also had plenty of other bird life, deer and horse rides for the toddlers. After only just making it back to our boat before it left, we completed our Danube tour. We finished the day with a trip back to St. Stephen's Basilica to ...