Marmara Hotel Budapest
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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... home and on the way back we passed by a market and one of the
market stalls had fallen over, one of the more popular ones that was.
At 8:00pm we went to the river for a ferry ride down Danube river.
It took an hour but I think it was worth it, you got a free drink obviously I chose FANTA because FANTA is the best.
We could see the city lit up at night it looks way ...
Time to get myself moving! I decided I was going to do a walking tour at 10.30 and then meet the Mexican guy who was in the car with me to Budapest for lunch. The tour was interesting and long and along the way I started talking to this lady who was like 50! She was really friendly by kind of annoying by the end, talking about he she get taxis everywhere because she hates the bus and how she won't share a room with anyone etc etc! It's alright for some! But after the tour ...
... with awesome glassy sculptures and so many doilies
that any grandparent would be in heaven. After the traumatic experience we
settle on getting some food and a slight walk home to the hostel to just hang
loose and relax in the arvo. We had planned to climb up the hill to the liberty
statue but we quickly abandoned that thought. When we checked back in and dumped
our stuff back on the ground, Briony who wasn’t feeling well had a sleep on the
top bunk. ...
Airport very modern. Bought an all day transport ticket. Bus and 1st train were very old. The 2nd train in the metro and the architecture was very modern. Walked straight from the metro to our hotel which is stunning! Walked around Budapest and had lunch at a cute cafe. Had Hungarian Letcho which is potato, tomato, peppers and onions served with crusty bread. The markets across the bridge were amazing! The blackberries were huge. So much pork! It started ...
... Euro dollar this year (2014), prices
are quoted in most places in both the currencies. They local currency is Forint
(FT). 1.000 FT is equivalent to about 3.5 Euro. The other interesting fact is
the Budapest is 2 different states before Europe delineation. Buda on the
castle side and Pest on the other end of the Danube. I will certainly want to
make deeper travel in to Eastern Europe soon. The troubled Ukraine is the
eastern border neighbour of Hungray.