Villa Maria

Csiki utca 13., Budaors, 2040, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budaors

Citadel and champagne

A travel blog entry by neat.freak


... persecutors. He was later sainted and the hill was named In his honour. There's a beautiful waterfall, topped by a statue of him with a great lookout over the Elizabeth Bridge. Once we'd visited St. Gellert, we walked along the waterfront and we filled up our water bottles at the mineral spring fountain in front of the Gellert Hotel. Then we hopped on the tram to the Moricz Zsigmond transit hub, where we could pick up the bus to head up the hill. I remembered where the bus stop was, ...

Castles, cave churches and opera, oh my!

A travel blog entry by neat.freak


... details and carvings. One room was full of carved wooden altars and other pieces, all donated by an artist who was saddened by the state of one of the rooms in the church and took 4 years to complete. It was a nice break from the 34 degree heat outside, being a nice cool 20 degrees inside. We popped into the Great Market Hall for some veggies, meeting a very nice vendor who wants to visit Los Angeles or New York one day.... Funny! The home to cook some roasted ...

He's Always Ready to Lend a Hand...

A travel blog entry by jhenley87


... t have any destination in mind, we were just in explore-mode. This might be old news to most of you, but I never knew that "Budapest" is a combination of the names of two formerly separate cites. Buda and Pest were on opposite sides of the Danube until formally combined into one larger city, hence Budapest. That's your pointless fact of the day! For hours we meandered through the streets, stumbling from one landmark to the next, each more interesting than ever ...

Day 28 - Vienna to Budapest, Hungry via Slovakia

A travel blog entry by emilyjms


... Baroque church and the absolutely stunning palace that was the home of the Hasburgs until they lost power. At the gates to the palace they had excavated part of the Roman city which you could look down into, which really impressed Joe. After a very long day of walking we caught the train back to the campsite and got on the road. We crossed the Slovakian boarder and arrived in Bratislava in the afternoon. I'd read that since Slovakia joined the EU and took on the Euro that ...

Busting into Budapest

A travel blog entry by julieparker


... details of our next two weeks and receive the travel vouchers for the extended stay at the hotel and flight voucher to Zurich. Guess what no printer that works is available, no free wifi and now no printer. As it was still early, check out is at 12 noon, we went for a walk in the park across the road. Returning we checked out and headed for the taxi to the Railway. When we arrived the departure board told us our train was "cancelled". Instantly I headed off to the ...

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