Hotel Astra Vendeghaz

I. Vam u. 6, Budapest, 1011, Hungary | Hotel

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A day in the country

A travel blog entry by catfeet


... returned to the car, but there was one more stop on our return to the house and that was to the Golf Course. Ildiko organised 2 carts and we jumped into them for a tour of their fabulous course. With just 70 members and only 7 women members it is a very private course. She showed us the second 9 holes which looked challenging and well-manicured, it had everything, water, large gully’s to carry and small sloping greens. There ...

Timisoara -> Budapest -> Bratislava

A travel blog entry by kvstark

... in one of the countries (I don’t remember which) the main reason they didn’t care about a couple of cents was because a couple of cents are nothing – they can’t actually buy you anything. Sometimes I will get back less change than I should exactly receive because they don’t want to give me pennies, which is fine with me. In the US, we are extremely exact and precise with our counts – if you owe 71 cents, you better ...

More Hungarian culture, food, and horses

A travel blog entry by canningt


... the obligatory safety lecture and the fitting of life jackets. I'm quite surprised at the speed of the current of the Danube; I don't know what it is in real terms, but it's like the Stewiacke River in flood. We're sailing upstream so the relative velocity is quite substantial, but very smooth compared to ocean cruising of course. We have a sliding glass door with a railing just outside, so no 'balcony' perse, ...

Taken er easy Hungarian style

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero


Tried to tour the Parliament building this morning but tickets were sold out. Balls! Oh well. Took a walk to the middle of the Margit Bridge and made a detour to the island. Strolled around for a bit and then walked the other half of the bridge over to Buda.

Dropped in at one of the bath houses and got a massage. A little weird because it wasn't your incense and New Age music kind of massage. This one felt like it was in a high school locker room. ...

Reflections on Budapest

A travel blog entry by londone7


... to a debit economy. The last two times everything was cash only and you couldn't use credit cards anywhere. It felt like the 1980s. Now debit and credit are more widely used, even in subway stations

4. Budapest is a city for the young. In 2004 it felt like the country was run by grandmothers. Everyone of working age from 20-40 had fled the country and gone to the west. You only saw ...


This hotel, located in the Várkerület area of Budapest, is near Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, West Station, Liberty Square (Szadadsag Ter), and Holy Trinity Column (Szentháromság Szobor).
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