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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Blue Danube

A travel blog entry by neilywheelie on Sep 19, 2015

... us going to the "ruins" where derelict buildings had been transformed (in a very basic manner) into drinking establishments, serving very cheap drinks. Brigi had also reiterated this on her walk so before dinner we looked for the Grand Synagogue as we knew the place was not far behind. It was a rabbit warren of a place and heaving with people; where had they all come from? However having found the place we decided to eat first and enjoy a night cap ...

Angol Falu

A travel blog entry by adzane on Apr 13, 2015

3 comments, 3 photos

... like the one I find myself working, or volunteering, for. This small firm puts on week long English immersion programs. About ten Hungarian professionals sign up to stay at the castle for a week. During the day they take English classes, in the evening they relax, have dinner, then lounge in the living rooms. My job, along with four other native English speakers, is to be around them from 530ish until 10ish. We just talk with them in ...

Budapest, a taste of Hungary

A travel blog entry by wenzels on Mar 30, 2015

40 photos

... outside but fine on the inside. And the riverfront views to the Buda Hills from my 6th floor room jawdroppingly awesome!

The first thing I went out for was an amphibian bus tour of the city. This particular bus was quite special as it not only drove us through town, but also through the River Danube taking in the primary inner city sights. Afterwards I popped into Gerbaud, a traditional Austro-Hungarian Kavehaz for a taste of Budapest's fabled coffee house ...

Budapest oh Budapest

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jan 10, 2015

19 photos

... remains this way on purpose, as nothing should be higher then Government (or something along those lines). Apparently when the Soviet Army moved in they put a giant red cross a top of its highest steeple.

Parliament Square backs on to the Danube and this is where we finish our tour. By now, it is well and truly nightfall and our guide points out all of the important royal buildings and bridges ...

Pleasantly Surprised in Budapest

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 30, 2014

23 photos

... down the street, glatt kosher restaurants, and confectionaries. There were many Jews in Budapest during this time that wanted to be a larger part of Hungarian society and culture so they began a new form of Judaism which was more reform and also built a synagogue of their own. This synagogue is no longer used except for concerts and exhibitions. A third group of people wanted something in the middle of the orthodox and reform ways and created what we may ...