Brody House

10 Brody Sandor Street, Budapest, 1088, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 10 Brody Sandor Street, Budapest, is near Castle Hill (Varhegy), Shoes on the Danube Promenade, Buda Castle - Royal Palace (Kiralyi Palota), and Funicular (Siklo).
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    Travel Blogs from Budapest

    The Danube again

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

    12 photos

    ... amp; pinnacles etc on Rakoczy avenue. This area must have avoided war time damage - we walked down this way and then turned right to loop around and walk over the Chain Bridge. This took about an hour with all the stopping and looking around. Dawdled along the south bank of the Danube, narrowly avoiding being knocked over by a flying push bike about 20 times. Bike riders rule over here.

    We crossed back over the Danube via ...

    New cave buddies

    A travel blog entry by shannonk79 on Dec 22, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Yesterday was quite a day. After chatting with Tammy about the caves in Budapest I knew although it probably wasn't going to be number one on my list of things to do, I just had to see it. I honestly thought it would be a quick walk through a cave with maybe some low crouching spots. HA. Not even close. This was a full out assault on the cave with miner hats and coveralls. I ...

    Local Grocery Shopping

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 04, 2013

    18 photos


    Settling in to my new apartment I new have to figure out where to do grocery shopping. My apartment is in a residential area by the river so no retail here. Eventually I was able to find a few supermarkets following the tram line back to the school and metro station

    The problem I'm having is ...

    These boots are made for walkin'

    A travel blog entry by richpickings on Aug 31, 2013

    ... interesting and moving tribute, though as unusual you do get those who evidently missed the point, and are busy trying to squeeze their uneducated feet into the steel boots while onlookers politely turn away. Weary legs dragged us past the church of Saint Stephen, an amazing touch sensitive water fountain and the predictably over the top United States embassy en route back to the hotel. Where at last we fell exhausted onto our freshly made ...

    Anyone for Goulash!

    A travel blog entry by sootyandbert on Jul 06, 2013

    ... aren't as nice and they are not as tidy. The gardens are not as nice either. The houses and buildings are more run down too. So far not so good. We arrived to the biggest clap of thunder we have ever heard. We didn't have to take our bags off as a taxi man did that for us. There lots of taxi drivers waiting at the doors of the train ready to take bags and get their business. He ...