San Marco Guest House

III. San Marco u. 6, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel

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Heavy duty tourist day in Budapest

A travel blog entry by gandablog

... had a
soprano up with the organist but she got lost in the reverberation.
Some pieces worked well but the very long reverberation time seemed
to swamp some pieces. I counted 6 or 7 seconds reverberation time
but perhaps that was just my ears ringing. The organist finished off
with Bach's Toccata and fugue in x flat minor. That worked. An
inspiring piece and it is great to hear in such an environment.
I have not heard much organ music ...

Day 182 - Claustrophilia

A travel blog entry by costin

... were soon back at Reuben for our dinner. To start I had Goulash, whilst Kim had stuffed pancakes, both were excellent. For main, we both opted for the roast pork knuckle with onion potatoes and a sensational side dish of champagne cabbage. The pork was nice, but a bit of a mistake, neither of us really wanted that much meat after the other day! We had a couple of drinks over a leisurely dinner and weren't finished until late, so decided to call it a night.


A proper coffee with a sauerkraut chaser

A travel blog entry by prairiefish


... building & the palace are easy to spot & give you a sense of direction. The architecture is somewhat reminiscent of Vienna, but oddly unique to Hungary as well. No gherkins here ( re: London blog entries). Ervin was filling me in on the crazy history of Hungary, which he says has never won a single war. Always on the wrong side as he puts it. There is a very ...

Foggy but a balmy 5 degrees!

A travel blog entry by sherreedwyer


... I ate some Langosh which is a little like a slice of Pizza. I asked for it to be hot and the girl assured me in broken English 'Hot' but after I asked again she got a guy to put it in a wood fired oven. It stayed there for about 5 minutes but it still wasn't too hot! But I thought if I took it back again it would be charcoal. Just across the square a little was a famous Hungarian Cake shop which Sherree had spied for coffee and cake. All three are secret and not so secret dessert ...

Kiraly Turkish Baths

A travel blog entry by londone7


... br>
I've also been deep cleaning my apartment in stages each weekend since I don't think anyone ever has or ever will with elderly landlords and monthly turnover of students so it was a good way to get rid of the detergent odours also



This hotel, located in the Óbuda-Békásmegyer area of Budapest, is near Palatinus Strand, Victor Vasarely Museum, Imre Varga Collection (Gyujtemeny), and Szemlö-Hegy Barlang (Showcave).
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