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Travel Blogs from Budapest


A travel blog entry by binni

Budapest is a big, exciting vibrant city. It feels a little like Vienna to me, withthe style of architecture and I suppose it's not far - a paddle along the Danube and you'd be there. I suppose that's partially thanks to the Habsburgs opening their extravagent silk-lined gold threaded purses.

The Danube separates the city into two cities, …

"Time is the water"

A travel blog entry by ebokata

Vi vaknade i Bratislava och tog oss först för att äta morgonmål på ett café. Det var trevligt, men hade väldigt enformig meny, typ pizza som de vikt på olika sätt och kallade det typ foccacia… Men det viktigaste var såklart att de hade trådlöst internet, så vi kollade lite grejs och mejlade lite mejl Allt sånt här Internet/dator härjas tar …

As Hot as Ice

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... in 2004 to commemorate Hungary joining the UE. The sand is meant to trickle for a year and then get reset every New Years Eve but it didn’t look like it was running an was half way with only 4 days until NYE!

Bit disappointed we headed back to the train and went home. Liz and I did a bit of exercise while our muscles were bit limbered up by the baths, but it was still hard work.

After warm showers we got ready for dinner out. We ...

Leaving Budapest now.

A travel blog entry by mikenmp


... the complicated history and politics: Romans, Huns, Hapsburgs, Ottomans, Russians, whew. They are pretty defensive about the communism years, but heck, Our cab driver this morning told us how his mother and sister escaped to Switzerland during the '70s. Even under communism, he liked Hungary better and stayed there with his father. (Parents divorced). He was allowed to leave the country to see his mother once every three years. The grand market hall ...

Buda and Pest

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... hoped! In doing this, we accidentally came across one of the vegan places we'd been recommended, so we had a look inside at the prices, then continued down to the river. We ended up halfway between two bridges, so we walked along the riverbank for a bit, dodging bicycles, then walked over the bridge and up towards the basilica. From there we found the metro station and found the tiny little shop where we had been recommended to pick up the best Langos in town! So we ordered one. ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBarocco Budapest

    Reviewed by binni

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    Reviewed Mar 19, 2011
    by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Loved this hosel - great location, good prices, friendly staff, and the best hostel kitchen ever!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Barocco Budapest

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