Central Green Hotel
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- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Green Hotel Budapest
Central Green was in a great location in relation to tourism in the Pest side of Budapest.
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... out of a fake manhole (see photo). It's a very interesting place, from what I've seen in only an hour or so today; it's small, but it has a few narrow side streets and pathways that just beg to be explored. In all, today was extremely uneventful, as most travel days can be. I left Budapest in a whirlwind of running late for check-out and finding an ticket at the very confusing train station. The international ticket office ...
... of seats made from cars or bath tubs. The randomness made it seem even more awesome. The decor, plus cheap drinks, a shisha bar and a round of raw carrots, an odd tradition here, made for a fun night. It was a great way to end our time here. As I've said, our time here has flown by. It seems like just yesterday that we arrived. Three full days have been spent enjoying all this city has to offer, which is a lot. I'm excited to continue the journey at our next stop: ...
... cooled slightly for our enjoyment!! Shona and I went in, Pete decided to give this one a miss. It was a bit complicated to navigate and buy the ticket we wanted! But after about 20 mins we were in and headed to the pool! It was delightful. Nice and warm! In one of the corners there were chess tables...surrounded by wee old men having a tournament and catching some sun rays! As we were considering getting out, the rain came on! So that confirmed ...
... pants, and the classic old lady walking shoes, but in black. Her hair was dyed red, brighter than mine, and her gold rimmed glasses sat on the edge of her nose. She sat quietly, clutching her wrinkly, yet seemingly soft hands. Her nails were not painted, and they were perfectly neat and clean. I wondered about the life she had lived so far, and why she was alone. It appeared that we were the only two people alone, and everyone else was with ...