Katalin Motel and Panzio

XXII. Gyepu utca 4-6, Budapest, 1224, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Budafok-Tétény area of Budapest, is near Matthias Church (Matyas Templom), Museum of Fine Arts (Szepmuveszeti Muzeum), Statue of Lajos Kossuth, and Statue of Ferenc Rakoczi.
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Bathed in Budapest

A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Aug 24, 2014

2 comments, 57 photos

... were impressively inefficient, it did not diminish the beauty of Budapest at night. It truly is one of the most impressive cities we have seen. The highlight being a view of Parliament lit up and encircled by hundreds of bats.

Day 2 – Divas

This was a busy day. We started with fresh fruit smoothies from Fruccola. The flavor was great, but the smoothies could benefit from more ice. Sidebar – we saw almost ...

Without a Place to Belong

A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael on Jul 18, 2014

19 photos

... told that a greater percentage of those begging on the streets are Mafia owned and driven: the money they receive does not go to them for their benefit, but rather to the support of the Mafia.
A number of times when we have responded to their plea by offering to get them food instead, the invitation has been refused. Cash only, thanks. We have other things in mind.
Many of the homeless are Roma (Gypsies) and neither know nor desire another ...

Three Pests in Buda

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on May 14, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... 17 years, at a rail station in Vienna. From there we travelled an hour to the town of Krems where we picked up our bikes.

Krems is at the start of the Wachau Valley and after navigating our way through the town, following Adam our guide, we were once again like 'Ratty and Moley’ out on the open bike road. These trails make for very easy riding and there were few inclines to speak of and apart from a bit of a headwind, it was really ...

Back to Budapest

A travel blog entry by kvstark on May 08, 2014

... about trying to find the bathroom but the only one in obvious sight was the handicap bathroom, and for that you had to go somewhere and get a key, so I just decided to go on the train.

There were quite a few people waiting for the train and it originated in another place so I was a little concerned about seating, but when the train arrived, a TON of people got off the car that stopped in front of me so I figured it would be ok. Got on and found an empty ...

The City that sits on Hundreds of Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Nov 18, 2013

10 photos

... pounds of water. It was so hot that Stephanie about passed out. At around 4 o'clock we decided to leave the thermals and head to find Hero's Square. I'm not to sure on the history of this square but it was neat to see. We then hopped back onto the metro and headed for dinner at The Hard Rock Cafe. On our way home we also decided to stop at the Opera house again to see if any seats opened up, which I'm glad we did, because we ended up getting 9th row tickets to "The ...