Firstapartments Inn City Center

Address: Erzsebet Korut 4 , Budapest, 1071, Hungary | Hotel
 
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    DAY 55

    A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Apr 21, 2015

    ... of a field, haha. Some people point out my Rick Stevens book and we talk. Everyone gets on the plane and we take off. I decide to eat the food this time, but not the sandwich. Seemed like we were going to have the same kind of landing again, they were having serious trouble keeping control of the plane right before we touched down. But fortunately, it was a smooth landing and as soon as we landed, some clapped and cheered. No ****. I should've done the same thing. ...

    Day 31 - Bratislava, Slovakia

    A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... and I barely found the second ticket office before my train left 10 mins later. The trip to Bratislava only took around two and a half hours, but what should have been a very scenic route along the Danube River, instead was a rainy and windy ride. It was cool passing through the small communities along this river, and I could imagine what this region would be like in the summer months. Once I arrived in Bratislava, the weather ...

    First Stop in Central Europe: Budapest

    A travel blog entry by augem1 on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... in love with it. It felt like fall! There were also many street performers around the castle — my favorite performers are the people who play accordions, I have learned. Heroes Square was equally amazing, as it was a significant part of the city and displays a lot of national pride. There are statues on the square that have different representations such as “War” and “Peace” and other ...

    Three countries in one day

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... but armed with gortex and umbrellas we walked to dinner in the Jewish Quarter, eating at the Jewish Bistro. Beverages included old-time seltzer and of course, Hungarian wine. It was a warm and lively meal, fortifying us for another walk in the rain.

    We checked the Bronco score (7-0) before going to sleep. Happy to see the final result when we awoke the morning.
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    Without a Place to Belong

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

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    ... sight that it can be all to easy to distance yourself and ignore the reality that is theirs. And that is just exactly what many of us do. Ignore.
    And we are good at it.
    It is awkward. It is convicting. We struggle to relate. We simply don't know what to do or say.

    Or, we could simply recount a myriad of justifications (none of which negate the fact that we are simply called to love our neighbor as we love ourselves).
    We ...