Kicike Panzio

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

Harolds first trip East

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Aug 29, 2014

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... to see why. Via the decent Austrian subway system we were able to explore the city’s beauty. The Habsburg’s seem to have done a decent job pimping out this city during their time. Each church, palace, museum seems to be trying to outdo one another for grandeur. I guess Laura had some reason to love it. We made our way around on foot discovering the major sights of the city and were lucky enough to be there for the local ...

Strolling through Pest

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 26, 2014

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... down Andrassy past the Opera heading back home for a cheesy lunch. After a little rest in the afternoon, we headed out for dinner. As we were on our way, we heard some crowd noises and followed them to find out what was going on. Not far from our home and St. Stephen's Basilica is Liberty Square- there was a large screen set up showing the FIFA World Cup Germany vs. the US. Benches and picnic tables were ...

Castles, cave churches and opera, oh my!

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 07, 2014

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... conquerers, the Arpads, died out. The family name was even changed to the Latin for raven. He was a fair and just king, often dressing in disguise as a commoner to see how the people were being treated by the nobility and if they were happy with the ruling class. We saw the medieval ruins next to the Castle of a monastery, church and Jewish quarter near the National Dance Theatre where Beethoven once performed to the church that bears Matthias' name (he was married ...

Buda or Pest.. Part 1

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Apr 29, 2014

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... had 2 waiters, one called Peter and one called Péter. No joke! We thought maybe Peter was the translation for waiter but after cheekily checking another guys name badge, it turns out it's just a popular name in Budapest! We had another wander round parts of the city, got an ice cream.. Nom nom... And headed back to the hotel to plan tomorrow and have an early night. We are all shattered! I went back to my room and had a shower. Pretty sure I was ...

Day 55: Leave no bridge uncrossed

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 11, 2013

6 comments, 7 photos

... after shopping and walked quickly back to the hostel. We made some dinner and are now trying to decide if we can fit in a small side trip before our seven o'clock train tomorrow. I would be happy with a side trip and I would be happy just relaxing too.

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