Firstapartments Inn City Center

Erzsebet Korut 4 , Budapest, 1071, Hungary | Hotel
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    Budapest

    A travel blog entry by dianeyokoi on May 31, 2014

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    ... the city and admired the graceful medieval architecture. We got to see the horses and were told that all of these horses are born black and as they age their coat turns white. The best part was on up on the hill (Buda Castle) there was a man with this enormous eagle that was trained to take pictures with the tourist. It cost 6 euros to hold the eagle . You were given a heavy glove and were instructed to hold out your hand so the bird could perch ...

    Budapest Round 2

    A travel blog entry by laurenporter6 on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... one of the staff members at the hostel was wearing a BOZAK jersey - oh yes, a bozak jersey. Obviously I had a little freak out then he told me that we won it off a bet with on of the previous groups staying at the hostel. We had a few drinks at the hostel bar before heading out and we met these British guys celebrating their friend's bachelor party - quite the party. The thermal bath party was unlike anything I had ever experienced. Huge thermal baths, alcohol, music and a ...

    Suddenly feeling Hungary

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 25, 2014

    ... in better states of repair than others, but they all evoked the same feeling. The pinks and oranges and greens, some with sgraffito, all were reminiscent of another chapter of my life. Even the small grocery stores, with their generic-looking advertisements for national bread brands, brought me comfort. Front doors were large gates that hid elegant tiled floors, wooden banisters and decrepit elevators in the depths of the edifice. Although this might ...

    Day 7: Budapest

    A travel blog entry by timheading on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... memorial. I tagged along with a tour group of Americans, the guide for whom was a very interesting Jewish Hungarian woman who presented the story in a very moving way. Needless to say she was the stereotypical Jewish story teller using a smattering of Yiddish phrases and extravagant hand gestures. To think that people like her were rounded up and transported across Europe to be slaughtered makes it all the more upsetting and real. ...

    Still in Budapest

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Sep 27, 2013

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    ... I ordered the marzipan cream soup with strawberries. It was served cold, looked like melted green sherbet ice cream with a big dollop of whipped cream in the center. It was way, way too sickening sweet, especially to begin the meal. Our waiter felt bad about it but it was my mistake. The salmon on the other hand was perfect. St. Stephens Basilica is beautiful at night. I have to go to bed now.
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