Travel Blogs from Budapest
This morning I woke about 6 and checked out the sunrise again. This time I did so from the window in our room and not by going for a walk. I realised after yesterday that the best spot for photos was actually right there from our room. The sunrise was quite good again and Michael was soon joining in taking photos, I am not sure if he planned to …
There are so many different airports and terminals in London that even a frequent flyer could still experience the thrill of flying from the infamous Heathrow Terminal 5 for the first time despite its already few years of operations. My thrill soon turned into disappointment. The terminal is a huge, “Far East, mega hub” style airport …
A short history of Hungary first: The area was subject to Roman conquest and occupation around the time of Christ. In the 5th century, the Romans were conquered by the Huns, led by the legendary Attila. Magyar warrior tribes moved into the region around 896, and Hungary's first king and patron saint, Stephen, was crowned on Christmas Day in 1000 …
Walked 2 miles to Gellert bath house. Spent hours relaxing in warm baths of different temperatures (ranging from 19 C to 40 C). Got massages. Afterward we trekked up a "mountain" to see the freedom statue at the top. Such an amazing view of the city from there, especially with it all lit up at night. We even saw the moon rise over the river while drinking street wine ...
... Elyssee given all the expensive stores and the wide boulevard
feel. Anyway the cakes at this place (Musesz) were something else. Highly
Our café/hotel in Budapest was great. Provided you can live
with hand held showers in a freestanding bath, we’d recommend it highly. The
meals in the café downstairs were top notch.
Next stop, Vienna
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed