Budapest City Central
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsBudapest City Central
This was absolutely incredible! The room was ginormous, with couches, a tv, a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms (with a bathtub and a shower). It was also really clean, and the staff was super helpful. they recommended some great stuff. The breakfast was really good, only 3 euros. Great price, great product, great service, couldn't ask for more.
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So wow. Today was indescribable. I have been to Mammoth Caes and other cave systems before, but this was something else. THe caves were smaller than those I have seen before, but just as beautiful. It was a completely different experience from anything I have ever done.
So to start the day, we woke up and met the group at the central …
1024leigh stayed here on Mar 5, 2014 during their trip titled: Porque No??.
... we made sure to spend time in Buda. On Tuesday morning we walked to Buda and saw some of the main attractions there. We hiked up Gellert Hill where we saw the outside of a fortress and some incredible views of the city on both sides of the Danube. We then walked to an area known as Castle Hill. It's an entire old city with large and exquisite buildings, most notably the Royal Palace. While we didn't go into any of the buildings we took some photos of the incredibly ...
... elevators, 27 gates, 29 staircases and 691 rooms (including more than 200 offices). With its height of 96 m (315 ft), it is one of the two tallest buildings in Budapest, along with Saint Stephen's Basilica. The number 96 refers to the nation's millennium, 1896, and the conquest of the ...
... of our apartment.
This lady was accompanied by a young man beating a couple of homemade drums. She twirled, non-stop for about twenty minutes at a time. In Turkey we saw a Muslim religious cult of "Whirling Dervish" doing the same thing. She never lost ...