Hotel Panda

II. Pasareti ut 133, Budapest, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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A short history of nearly everything (Hungarian)..

A travel blog entry by catfeet


Monday 21 June 2014 Budapest

Sunny Warm 29C

Our guide Agnes picked us up at our accommodation at 9.30am this morning. She is an excellent guide with an extensive understanding of the history of Hungary. The country has had many invasions and a history of turmoil and uncertainty which has made for a very moving history.

To begin our tour we walked down to the Danube and briefly looked in on the Gresham Palace. ...

Auf Wiedershen Budapest.. Willkommen der Vienna

A travel blog entry by niknak21


... straight back out to investigate some of the city. We had a wander round, and found it much busier than we expected. Tourists everywhere! The buildings are quite spectacular but most of them are museums which we didn't really fancy going into. We had some sausages for dinner, had a wander towards the river and kept exploring town.. Before heading back to the hotel..... Just in time for the thunder and lightening storm! And that concluded day 1 in ...

Budapest - day of arrival

A travel blog entry by weir


... meal, with tip, came to less than seventy dollars.

After lunch, we walked along a long pedestrian-only street (Vaci Utca) that parallels the Danube. Jan found a few things to buy but overall, the shops tended to carry the same things. Of course, no trip to Budapest would be complete unless you visit one of the Herend Porcelain stores. Naturally, Jan couldn't leave without purchasing a beautiful small bud vase. We ended our trip at the ...

Thoroughly enjoying myself!

A travel blog entry by curious1


... I know that I am a visual learner, but, unless I could feel the wall, I had no sense of direction or space. In the apartment, I could make out items like the fridge, range, sink , sofa etc, mostly because I ran my hands over them or ran into them. There was a piano too. The apartment was ok, as it had a lot of furniture you can feel your way around with. Then we went "outside" (remember, for our safety, this is simulated). The street noise is quite loud. At least (due to the ...

Budapest Tuesday

A travel blog entry by oziscot


... fled the Balkan peninsula in late 17th century when the Turkish Ottoman empire invaded. Many of them never returned to the Balkans so that today there is still a Serbian church being used.

We wandered down the cobbled main street for several hours with Judy and Kate in and out of the many little shops ...

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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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