Hotel Panda

Address: II. Pasareti ut 133, Budapest, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Budapest II. kerülete area of Budapest, is near Heroes' Square (Hosok tere), Vaci Street (Vaci utca), Vorosmarty Square (Vorosmarty ter), and Szemlö-Hegy Barlang (Showcave).
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    Budapest, Hungary

    A travel blog entry by gemmabuckle on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... over to 'Buda' across the river, the 'posher' quieter side of Budapest, and climbed up the steps of Castle Hill. Castle hill, the mountain that actually has Buda palace (and not a castle) on top had an amazing view of the whole city from the Fishermen's Bastion. We admired the bright roofed Mátyás Church on the busy square in the heart of Buda and wandered round its exuberant interior. The thing I was most looking forward to ...

    Another Parents Meeting

    A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 02, 2015

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    I got a chance to chat with Barbara a little more as we were all leaving, and she helped me try to pin Akos down on what parts of the Kalevala they are actually reading (he let me borrow his book so that I can try to match up his abridged Hungarian version with the full-length English translation we have) and we started to plan a family outing together. Maybe we will actually have some social activities as the weather gets warmer...


    So hungry for Hungary

    A travel blog entry by amandane on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... be some sort of fun house, it was far from it. The well put together museum is filled with war history and acts as a reminder of the dreadful acts of terrorist dictatorships. The building itself was witness to 'two shameful and tragic periods in Hungary's 20th century history. It was truly a house of terror.' as the brochure put it. It was used as the Hungarian Nazi headquarters. Then between 1945 and 1956, the notorious communist terror organisations, the AVO and it's ...

    Harolds first trip East

    A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... rain holding off, we explored the castle and the old town. From the heights it is amazing how eastern European the whole place is (its not that amazing as were are now really in Eastern Europe, but after the beauty of Vienna, the overwhelming concrete cubes that surround the old town are a reminder of how beautiful communism was). The streets of the old town meander this way and that in a beautiful crisscross of cobbled stones. On ...

    Baths and shopping

    A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 19, 2014

    ... through Zara, Mango and C&E, a few chain stores. Nothing really caught my eye- it was interesting that when you convert the prices to dollars, things aren't cheaper in Hungary although their wages are lower than ours. I got home after Jim did and started to hand wash my finds. It turns out after he got home from the bath he had a hankering for a sweet from the Jewish bakery not far from us so started ...