Station Guesthouse

Address: XIV. Mexikói út 36/b, Budapest, Hungary | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Budapest - The Jewel of Hungary

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 23, 2014

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... and had green water. This was the only one with a warning to use at your own risk. Jack is wondering now if he was unwise to venture in - Deb was too wise to do so. By the time we finished, we felt a bit like rag dolls. All in all, this was a wonderful experience, and highly recommended!

That evening we took a boat tour on the Danube. The city is glorious when lit up a night. All of the bridges, and the main sites - especially Castle Hill and the Parliament Building - took on ...

Walking in Budapest

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 10, 2014

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... the poster anyway!! I got several other photos very quickly hence their poor quality. The paintings spread from late Renaissance to Baroque, the nineteenth century, pre 1945 and post 1945. We were knackered after looking at several floors of art work, mostly by Hungarian artists whom we've never heard of like Borsos, Barabas, Zichy, Derkovits, Rippl-Ronai etc But there was some good stuff in there, like the two photos I took, only forgot to get ...

Old Haunts with New Faces

A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 02, 2014

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... patterns on all surfaces. From my earlier visits to Budapest in the 1970s-90s I fondly remember the brilliant colour inside this church but this newly restored state makes my earlier memories appear pale.

The next compulsory stop on my nostalgia tour was the 18th century Ruszwurm café where my mother’s parents used to take her on special occasions and my godmother took me. Kerrie had a ...

Citadel and champagne

A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 14, 2014

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... 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, ...

Budapest

A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 24, 2014

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... importance. One again the package gave us 2 different routes plus a river cruise. Budapest is divided into 2 by the River Danube. The older and hillier side is 'Buda' and the flat side with wider streets, trams and the main shopping and business district is 'Pest'.we were both more taken by the hilly side with the historic buildings and Castle. Unfortunately sightseeing buses usually have no roof and we were both getting more and ...

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