Kicike Panzio

Damjanich u. 8., Budapest, H-1188, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Thoroughly enjoying myself!

A travel blog entry by curious1


... journey. It would have been really cool to go through again in the light, to see if what our brains visualized was close to what was there. (We also kept saying sorry as a group, because you can't see each other and we would run into each other).

Anyways, after that experience, I am even more grateful that I can experience this world through my eyes, and hope to keep my sight for a long time!

From here, I stopped at the shopping mall, and was really tempted to buy ...


A travel blog entry by sfboyle

... who based its appearance on London's Parliament House - but perched on the banks of the Danube the way it is, what they've come up with is something even more spectacular.
B.P. still has the feel of a functioning city about it - unassuming and really quite relaxing. The markets close to the city centre have operated for centuries and are still used for daily shopping. A few concessions to tourists are ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... bridge that was built and opened in 1849. Its claim to fame at the time was that it was the first permanent bridge across the river in Budapest. But its current claim to fame is its amazing sculptures, architecture and grandness, and in my opinion, the fact that it is still standing even though it is close to 165 years old. Although builders, architects and engineers would most probably argue that it is doing nothing more than what it was made for, I still think the bridge ...

Budapest - Connecting with Friends

A travel blog entry by laurie-shawn


... of a Saint.

The ride from Vienna to Budapest was about 3 hours and it was the perfect amount of time to catch up on travels and daily life for Chandra and the kids - what an experience and education they have had. Once in Budapest, we ferried all our bits to the Locust Apartments that would be home for the next three days. I had forgotten that our friend, Josey, told us which taxi to call for a ride so we wouldn't get ripped ...

Viaggio a Budapest

A travel blog entry by cgould2


... was a large outdoor heated spring with fountains and a whirlpool in it. Inside housed saunas, ice pools, and dozens of baths varying in size, temperature, and purpose; some were to soak in and relax others were used for exercise. A lot of baths contained sulfur which I suppose is meant to be good for your skin or to make you relax but it smelled super gnarly. While the whole experience was exotic I was lucky to find that everyone was ...

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