Drive Inn Hotel Budapest

Address: To utca 1, Torokbalint, Budapest, H-2045, Hungary | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

A short week

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Feb 03, 2015

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... if he was simply letting Blake read because he wasn't sure how much to push, but at least he knows now that we would like Blake to be participating, not reading all of the time, and that if he can help us to know what the class is covering, we will work with Blake in the evenings so that he can feel more prepared each day. They are switching topics next week to cover Hungarian literature, so it will be even more challenging than math to get him engaged.

Laura
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Making the Most of our Time

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 02, 2014

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... Chain Bridge, the most famous of the bridges connecting Buda and Pest, again enjoying the views of the bridges, Danube, and both Buda and Pest. Just like the day before, we took a walking tour - this one was focused on what life was like in Budapest during the communism period that lasted post World War II until 1989.

Our guide was fantastic and even though she was born in 1991, she had countless stories to share about what life was like during the communism era. ...

Chub rub and girls that blub.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Aug 25, 2014

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Arrived at the train in Bratislava to head to Gyor in Hungary, only just over an hour away, no one seemed to know of any transport going there, so just refused to speak to us. Ended up getting a bus to the bus station to try and go from there and no one once again wanted to help. Spent 10am-5pm loitering around a bus station (only leaving for a kebab) waiting for the bus to Gyor. Was told that we could only buy tickets on the bus so waited for it to arrive. When it arrived was ...

Day 36: Communist Party

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 08, 2014

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... onions made with different sauces and spices. The bread was baked well to have a nice crisp outside and soft inside. The place had special drinks and soda mixes made with spices that were pretty good too!

We arrived at the tour meeting point early and decided to check out the nearby St. Stephen Basilica. There was a wedding happening in the Church, so part of it was sectioned off for the event. Tourists were ...

Pest (yes, it is pronounced [p-e-sh-t]

A travel blog entry by curious1 on Dec 11, 2013

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... market (they are basically set up with mulled wine, sweets, food, and gifts in any square around the city). I decided not to eat there, thinking it was a bit pricey, and went to the Central Market Hall. If you do not like crowds, come during the week. The place was empty! I found hot food upstairs (turns out it was more expensive, oh well). I had grilled sausage. So tasty! I ended up going back to the little market to get some mulled wine before ...