Atel Dominika Apartman

Address: Liderc Utca 13, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Budapest

Buda no Pest !

A travel blog entry by robinstride on Aug 08, 2015

27 photos

... he was the "musical director" of the hotel. Back to the hotel the 4 different wings are themed, we are staying in the classical wing , we are staying in Tchaikovsky room, other areas are jazz , opera and contemporary Anyway back to today 12.30 and finally outside and found the big bus hop on hop off and 5 stops later we found ourselves at Heroes square (named Aldolph Hitler square in the war) and Szechenyi Spa - a park with water features in the middle of the city - we just ...


A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 07, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... on our guided morning tour of Budapest. An amazing city with a shocking past but they are slowly rebuilding it since its independence in 1991. Our tour finished & back to our ship for lunch. Forgot to mention that our superior sister ship" Scenic" pulled along side us ion the early morning so had to walk over there's back to ours. After lunch were treated to a glass blowing display which was an interesting display. It was then time for our safety drill up on the sun ...

Revolution Day

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 15, 2015

9 photos

... good-bye to Annyce and Kai. Keith led us back down Castle Hill by another route, past the president's house, down the steep hill (we took the paved path with switch backs, Sam and Blake went straight down the grass while Keith and I discussed that in all of the crowds no one could tell they were with us, until Sam looked right at me and started yelling "mom! mom! take a picture!". I replied "I don't know you." at which point the old Hungarian man ...


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Feb 24, 2015

... in the nearby castle grounds. This rather pretty castle (probably amazing for someone who hasn't seen 1 million castles/churches/cathedrals ---- ABC....another bloody C), was housing some delightful market stands (Steph LOVES a market) and we were able to try our hand at some local delicacies. I picked the Langos, deep fried dough with sour cream and cheese. Steph opted for the chimney stack bread, rolled in sugar and cinnamon. Of course we ...

A whole week in one day

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 07, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... Square as it looked a more interesting route, and our feet were becoming blistered and sore, but there were so many interesting things to see on the way that even Squirt didn't complain much. We saw an enclosed dog exercising plot by the main road where locals could take their dogs for a run and a play together, a vehicle run by twenty passengers all pedalling at once, and weird intricate buildings. Now our plan is wi-fi time, card games in our room and ...