Kicike Panzio

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

Budapest - day of arrival

A travel blog entry by weir on Mar 28, 2014

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... Borkonyha: The Wine Kitchen. Located just off of the Elizabeth Park in Pest, the restaurant seats less than 70 people and features Hungarian food and wine. Hungarian food is heavily influenced by the plentiful game and forest products. Jan had a wonderful “Layers of Rabbit with pumpkin and hazelnuts” while Don had “Deer medallions and Quail with wild mushrooms and beet sauce”. Each meal featured a wonderful local wine. All ...

The Fourteenth Day (Budapest)

A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Jan 02, 2014

... we were on the bus. Our first stop was at district 11, the castle district. We saw a really old, big cathedral that overlooked the river and the city. There were also these castle pathway things and some really old ruins. Every thing was pretty and covered in detailed carvings. Then we caught the bus to nearby the river and went on a cruise down the Danube river. It was really nice and we got to see all the main features of the city and a person spoke to ...

Budapest Tuesday

A travel blog entry by oziscot on Oct 29, 2013

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... fled the Balkan peninsula in late 17th century when the Turkish Ottoman empire invaded. Many of them never returned to the Balkans so that today there is still a Serbian church being used.

We wandered down the cobbled main street for several hours with Judy and Kate in and out of the many little shops ...

All-You-Can-Sleep

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 13, 2013

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... we were out the front of the next place, I was chatting to an Irish guy who was telling me some weird stories about things this old guy has done and said at the hostel. He seems like a bit of a creep! We got to the next place, which was one of Budapest's famous ruin bars. These are apparently buildings that were abandoned after World War II, that had been made into pubs, clubs and bars, with all different rooms and sections. It was kind of club-ish, ...

Palaces and Castles....

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 10, 2013

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... orderly and clean. There is room to move and the array of fresh produce is amazing. Maybe it's the actual volume of produce that is so impressive. The last floor is full of small stalls selling all manner of Hungarian trinkets. There is glassware and clothes and lacework and the usual touristy T-Shirts. One entire side of the market is their version of a food court. It is selling all manor of local delicacies and given we are not hungry, know that we will be back to try ...