Hotel Kulturinnov

I. Szentháromság tér 6, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel
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Busy busy Buda Pest.

A travel blog entry by gaplyf


With raving reviews coming from the gates of the Budapest zoo and with cheap as chips gate entry Tom couldn't resist dragging laura along for a day at the zoo!! With a nice morning stroll straight up to Central Park which contains the zoo and Europea largest outdoor ice skating rink! We were quickly overwhelmed with happiness when we discovered our 2500 entry fee was slashed to 1200!!! From that point on we knew it was going to be a good day. And boy was it a day, ...

Fallah Dobro

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney


... meet him at the Holiday Inn in Sarajevo, he would personally give us a ride to the pyramids and allow us to join in on his pre arranged tour with a group of Germans and Dutch people. Anxiously we rushed out of the house in search of a taxi to get to the Holiday Inn. Just as we stepped out of the house, Dzemal pulled up in his little car. We told him our situation and he said jump in and he zoomed us directly to the hotel. We got there within 10 minutes of talking to Sam, and ...

First Week of CELTA Training

A travel blog entry by londone7


... again is totally unrealistic. I spent three years arguing with students. I would give them handouts and they wont do them. I had to go from table to table and fight with them to do it. While I'm at one table another table is chatting. I have to go there, stop them chatting, get them to do the handout. Meanwhile the first table stops working and starts chatting. The process repeats as I move from table to table.

Goodbye Slovakia, hello Hungary

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin


... of paying tolls. We had the same in Czech Republic. Anyway, Eger is a wonderfully preserved baroque jewel in the middle of an otherwise ugly part of Hungary. It's in the middle of the wine growing region and is famous for the Bull's Blood red wines of which we bou ght a few in the local supermarket. There was a rather basic looking castle, a tall skinny 40m high minaret with no mosque for the 16th century. This area is also known for the ...

Touring Religion

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise


... and sizes. Some had flowers or candles inside.

I got lost AGAIN on the way back. I'm telling you, I have so had it with getting lost! Today I swore under my breath as I circled around the city for an hour or two, on noisy streets hot as Satan's skillets, with throngs of sweaty people loaded down with ****** souvenirs. I somehow ended up right back at that synagogue, where I exclaimed - too loudly - WHAT THE HELL?! before heading back to my sweet apartment.


This hotel, located in the Várkerület area of Budapest, is near Fisherman's Bastion (Halaszbastya), Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, West Station, and Liberty Square (Szadadsag Ter).
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