Kis Gellert Guesthouse

Otthon utca 14, Budapest, 1118, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Wandering Budapest

A travel blog entry by rw1990

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... over the Chain Bridge at some point and later today he is coming to get us to take us to Parliament to tour inside. Budapest is an interesting city with all it's shops and such. I think we will finish our souvenir shopping today and then the key is to get it packed nicely before we go home. Stay tuned for the saga of packing for the ...

Which is Best? Buda or Pest?

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... around the construction at the parliament buildings. Some of the detours took us blocks away from where we wanted to go without any real understanding as to why. Then there was the unusually large number of policemen to contend with. Turned out to be necessary as the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, was in town along with a number of well dressed, nameless delegates. Pretty sure they didn't have to contend with the construction!
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Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by trina.manz

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... excitement started to die down and even then he sat by the window like a kid watching the world go by. Sleeping on the train however was a slightly different matter... It was loud, bright (as sir train lover would not permit the curtains to be closed.... He was fast asleep for the entire night) and there were long periods of trying to stuff my shirt over my eyes to sleep. Still awesome fun though, especially when our little attendant brought us coffee the ...

London and Budapest (20 – 25 July 2013)

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin

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... out with lots of flowers and trees. The Royal Palace is the largest baroque palace in Hungary and is modelled after Versailles. It was a summer residence for Emperor Francis Joseph and Empress Elisabeth before the overthrow of the monarchy at the end of the Great War (WW1).

Since then, it’s been used as the home of the Regent “Miklos Horthy” who ruled Hungary from 1920 to 1944 after the deposition of the ...

An amazing city an amazing menu!

A travel blog entry by vegi_table

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... and enough oily and tomato-y goodness to get that real pizza feel. Thinking about them now I feel a longing to rush back and eat another!! The other dishes were also wonderful. The bean goulash soup was smoky and it really felt like eating a piece of our adventure in Budapest. Eddie found that he really enjoyed the pickled cabbage in Hungary as it was more salty than sour. On another visit to the restaurant we also enjoyed the ‘Sunshine Platter for 2’…here we made ...

   

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good