Podmaniczky u. No.10, Budapest, 1064, Hungary | Hostel

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A travel blog entry by gandablog


... br> stopping at a cafe fearing the inflated prices but we found a self
service cafe and enjoyed a sit down for half an hour in comfort.
Alison cooked up a great pasta dish
for our last meal and I bought a Villanyi pinot noir which I was
looking forward to. Unfortunately the wine was thin and brown, like
so many Australian pinots, not the full bodied fruity style we have
become used to. The pasta was great.

Day 183 - Szechenyi Baths

A travel blog entry by costin

... when we checked the map, who seemingly just wanted to practice her English and help us get to the restaurant that we were looking for. It transpired that she might not have been all there and took us some ridiculously long way round, all the while being very excitable about the smallest of things. She definitely fell into the category of "harmless enough" so when she asked for some change upon our safe arrival at the Drunken Tailor, I felt obliged to cough ...


A travel blog entry by prairiefish


... the works expressive, emotional & distinct in colour, theme & tone. I absolutely loved this collection. The National Gallery is very much the opposite of the National Museum we visited earlier in the week. The Gallery has an amazing art collection. The Museum is an amazing building, but I found their collection not as interesting or unique. I will say, however, ...


A travel blog entry by billgarland


... the hallway which was an unexpected nice touch.

Next we went to the Hero's Square where we heard all about the history of Budapest which has been independent and occupied by foreign powers off and on throughout its history.

The last stop was to Buda on the opposite side of the Danube River where we visited the Castle area. Very impressive and with wonderful views ...

Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... and clipping the McLaren driver's wheel in the process, plus a blistering move on Massa later on. He was penalised for both, sadly, with Button and Alonso whining about his driving after the race. Nothing to do with their own decidedly average performances, I'm sure...

When it became clear towards the end of the race that Hamilton had it under control, all my attention went to Raikkonen who'd managed to work his way up from sixth on the grid to second, fending off Sebastien ...


This hostel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near Parliament (Orszaghaz), Hungarian State Opera House (Magyar Allami Operahaz), Budapest Operetta Theatre, and WestEnd City Center.
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