Budapest City Central
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- Continental Breakfast
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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??.
As our trip winds down, we're seeing a few sights that were on our "if we have time" list. This morning we went to Obuda to see a Roman amphitheatre and some bronze statues by Imre Varga. We decided to head over to the Buda side and see if we could peek into the Calvinist church that wasn't open last time we were there, then head over to Obuda. Apparently the church isn't open to tourists as it seems to be undergoing extensive renovations. ...
... the middle. Andie, our kiwi tour leader, loves a chat and she has George, the Romainian trainee tour leader along as well. So all up, we are a group of 14.
Headed out for a group dinner and one of the older couple who had been in Budapest for a few days already gave us their ticket to take a night boat trip up the Danube. We caught the 9pm boat cruise and thus had a wee tiny look at Budapest by night before we head off tomorrow morning.
... is an important number to the Hungarians. So the architect put a lot of 96 in the building. The third largest Parlement building in the world. A city on it's own, even incorporating a supermarket. The tour lasted about an hour. Highlight was the dome where the Hungarian crown, apple and scepter are on display. It seems from 1944 to 1958 the crown was in American hands and stored in Fort Knox. It was nice but very dark inside and if one askes me; not all in the best ...