Kis Gellert Guesthouse

Otthon utca 14, Budapest, 1118, Hungary | Hotel
Prices starting from $35.00

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A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... equipped with rejected furniture of old community centres, cinemas, and grandmothers’ flats, bringing a retro feeling into these places. They were soon called ruinpubs and became popular very fast among the youth of Budapest - ruinpub is the exact translation of the Hungarian name."

The one we went to was called El Rapido. It is mexican themed and we got a small snack/dinner and a drink. I got something that is the equivalent of ...

Budapesh - The saga continues

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie



We arrived late in the afternoon on the 28th of December. Rich, Alyssa who lived in Budapest and Steve were coming across the next day so we booked an apartment quite near Keleti train station for the one night we were there. It wasn't the nicest neighbourhood - quite dark and dirty and really reminded us of being in Vietnam with the ****** street lights and stuff everywhere.

We found our apartment and the lady gave us keys and run down. We were basically ...

Three Meals, Three Countries In One Day...

A travel blog entry by sue2013


... pics of the Danube with Buda on one side and Pest on the other. And that's real, it's not me joking...

After that, off to the hotel to get ready for the evening dinner cruise on the Danube and what a special time that turned out to be.

There are so many buildings lit up and even a couple of laser shows to add to the experience and I can only hope that the few photos I've attached will show what I mean. We were so stunned at actually being there and seeing all this ...

Amery's Alone in Budapest, missing the ship

A travel blog entry by amery


... many are a little tired looking.

One of the advantages of home exchanging is that you get some inside knowledge Our host suggested we head the next day to the park where the famous Szechenyi hot pools were- not to visit the pools, but because there was a special fair on, celebrating the huge (and presumably famous in Hungary) bulls, where we would be able to eat every part of the bull. Sounds horri-bull, doesn't it?

The fair was lovely ...

These boots are made for walkin'

A travel blog entry by richpickings

... interesting and moving tribute, though as unusual you do get those who evidently missed the point, and are busy trying to squeeze their uneducated feet into the steel boots while onlookers politely turn away. Weary legs dragged us past the church of Saint Stephen, an amazing touch sensitive water fountain and the predictably over the top United States embassy en route back to the hotel. Where at last we fell exhausted onto our freshly made ...

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