Marmara Hotel Budapest
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarmara Hotel Budapest
I was not sure what to expect as this was my first trip overseas. This hotel was great. Clean and comfortable. I would stay here again if I had the chance. Centrally located for our purposes.
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... I was knackered beyond believe and my feet were killing me. Janet was a bit upset at the fact that I had refused to use her bicycle, I thought it would work to explain the fact that men have issues with the fact that they were born with manly pride and male ...
Monday 16 June Budapest. Danube
A heavy duty tourist day today. Two
boat cruises, an opera house tour plus an organ recital in the
It was a busy day today. We liked the
idea of seeing the city from the Danube so we bought a cruise on one
of the many boats plying the few kilometers along the city water
frontage. Most try to value add by selling a meal on the boat and
some form of performance on board but we ...
... feet are the softest they've been since we began walking. Miss Krys will be making a guest appearance and discussing the massages later. Heheh.
After our relaxing day, it was off to the market (similar to St Lawrence in Toronto more than the Fredericton or Sydney ones) to pick up some surprises for the people back home. Then back to the hotel where we are packing and prepping for the next part of our adventure...which starts with a 3:45am pickup for the ...
... Liberty Statue'. Erected when the Russians liberated the Hungarians from Nazi rule after WWII. Guess they didn't really see the communism coming? I grabbed some hot wine at the top and the views are just stunning! My legs will tell me tomorrow whether it was worth the trip! After that I cruised down the Danube past the Hungarian Parliament building. Apparently the bricks are so delicate that some parts of it are constantly under construction. Is this ...
Budapest day 1
After arriving late in Budapest, we woke up early to meet our tour guide for the day. Born and raised in Buda, Zoltan started us off in the Hungarian way: shots of a local liquor. It is illegal to drink on the street so we consumed the alcohol discreetly by a local cafe. After our bellies were nice and warm, we started off with a tour of the area our hotel was ...