Budai Hotel

Address: Racz Aladar Ut 45, Budapest, 1121, Hungary | 3 star hotel
 
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      Budapest

      A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Mar 29, 2015

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      ... br> 'Shoes by the Danube' is 60 pairs of iron shoes scattered along the river bank all varying sizes, women, men and even children's.

      During 1944-45 Jews were lined up along the river, forced to strip naked, take off their shoes (because these were seen as valuable, not their lives) and shot point blank, so their bodies would fall in the river.
      Makes you realise and our children, how lucky we ...

      The way things work

      A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... have lunch (have I mentioned that dryers are not common in Hungary? Our sopping wet winter coats are hanging over the living room heater and my clean underwear is on the drying rack on the other side of the couch). Laci stopped by to introduce his daughter Eniko and to let us know that the workmen were coming to check out the stove at about 4 pm (our tiny stove has three burners, but only 1 will stay lit), so we decided not to go to the big store Keith knows about ...

      Budapest - The Jewel of Hungary

      A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... the session. If they were called back in, they could leave their cigar in a brass holder nearest to them. The holders had numbers on them so each parliamentarian would know where to find his cigar. If a speech or debate was really interesting or entertaining, the cigar might burn completely to ash. In parliamentary parlance, that type of speech became known as a "good Havana".

      We also saw St Stephen's Crown, the coronation crown of the Hungarian Kings dating back to the ...

      Hello Budapest, Goodbye

      A travel blog entry by eurochic on Aug 31, 2014

      ... ultra modern, clean, quick, and quiet ride is M4 -- a major departure from M 1 (the oldest subway in Europe) and the bus line to Peststerzebet. I wonder why there are not more deaf people in this country with the decibel levels aboard their very busy transit system. We easily navigated our way to Platform 1, to the correct car and correct seats. We are Euro train travel pros now. Not so much -_- When the Hungarian conductor checked our ticket, he told us (and every other ...

      Hungary - Budapest

      A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... this unrest. There were 7 revolutions Enough! 1867 - 1918 Dual monarchy created a semi-independent country. Austria Hungarian empire wealthy time. GERMANS In 1920 Hungary was a small country They lost everything : 2/3 of their territory A Huge loan from Germany put them in debt so in 1939 found themselves on wrong side of war 1944 they didn't want to be on Nazi side Hitler annexed whole country to Reich saying that the Germans had been mistreated. There ...