Cziraky Panzio

XII. Racz Aladar U. 139, Budapest, 1121, Hungary | Hotel
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Budapest May 14th

A travel blog entry by betger

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We had a good journey from Brisbane. All in all it took a long time but we were able to enjoy the airline lounges and had great treatment on each flight. The last leg of the trip from Amsterdam on a small plane to Budapest was 100% attention and we felt very special. It started to rain as we neared our hotel, booked in and upgraded to a river view room. It is very splendid with a separate living room and views across the river including all the special sights. We walked across ...

Budapest

A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne

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... buildings. This place is rich in history and has undergone a huge transformation since it's freedom from communism in the late 1980's . We also toured the outer city, stopping in a regional area to shop and eat. Goulash soup was a must and was yummy! Later at night we dined on a water restaurant ferry on typical Hungarian fare while cruising the Danube. This was really special as the night lights really bring the river and buildings ...

Budapest Day 1

A travel blog entry by shawnandchris

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... of water flooded the whole of the front of the bus. Very wet shoes but very funny. We went back to the apartment and rested for a bit then the sun came out. So we decided to go for a walk to the River but ended up getting on a tram and going to the pub. Had a few beers on the Danube and watched as all the lights lit up the castle and hill ...

As Hot as Ice

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

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... managed rather well considering.

We got our other gear back and I loved my normal shoes! Then we went and scouted out a place for lunch and found a nice restaurant on the lake front. I felt a bit underdressed especially with my damp jeans but it didn’t seem like a problem. We got nice meals, us girls getting pasta bolognaise and Joel got schnitzel and Chris ribs. All huge portions which we just managed to finish.

The large meal ...

Which is Best? Buda or Pest?

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... on to say that the American soldiers were "given freely" because they had sunglasses and chewing gum for the women.
She went on to say that she remembers being hidden from the Russians by her mother, sometimes being dressed as a boy. Everywhere you went there were bold statues of Lenin, Marx, Red Star, Peasant workers, Stalin etc. When the Russians finally left the people of Budapest quietly went about removing every one of ...

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