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TravelPod Member ReviewsLavender Circus Budapest
Wonderful staff, great place to stay with awesome rooms
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"My house in Budapest My, my hidden treasure chest Golden grand piano My beautiful Castillo You Ooh, you Ooh, I'd leave it all" Budapest really was a treasure chest of beauty. Looking back at the pictures it looks as magical as it felt. We took so many pictures because everywhere you looked was picture worthy; you couldn't pick and choose, …
... a couch surfer, Ben. He's an Irishman who collects languages. Says he speaks 12 so far. He's living in Budapest to learn Hungarian, and after four months he says he's finally getting the hang of it. He has a lot of fascinating things to say, always sharing phrases from other languages, and he has a lot of bad music from all over the world, says it's a great way to learn and retain languages. He had another surfer for Friday and Saturday night, ...
... by a natural mineral spring, there are at least 7 thermal baths ranging in temperatures from 18-42 °C, some pools (including a wave pool), several saunas, two dry heat rooms, and a steam room, and that's just what we found. There is also the option for more spa-type treatments like massages and chocolate baths, but even without those things it was easy to spend most of the day there. We went in the baths up to 38 °C, because we didn't find the others until we had put our ...
Budapest is really the centre of Eastern Europe and and is underrated compared to Prague, Paris or Vienna. It's really a stunner. The city is bisected by the Danube River and was once two cities: the hilly Buda and the flat Pest. They are now connected by a network of bridges. The Buda side is dominated by the Castle, the Citadel and Universities, while Pest is comprised of Leopold Town and the Town Centre. Most of the architecture of Budapest dates to 1896 and its millennial ...
... women were inclined to agree and let the guitarist play his song woefully. It should be understood that this song, although in the genre that should set any vampire fearer on edge, was by no means disarming if only for the reason that it did not appear that the guitarist knew any of the words and was merely capable of making noises and smacking his guitar where appropriate.
When he concluded his songs he moved back to the main ...