Passzio Panzio Hotel

Address: Zoborhegy street 34/b, Budapest, 1141, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

My Hostel in Budapest, My Hidden Treasure Chest

A travel blog entry by adellomo on Jul 21, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... otherworldly cathedral, and hear the priests and the parishioners speaking in both Hungarian and Latin. The full choir was singing as well and it was honestly one of the most mesmerizing experiences I have had.

And so begins my last week in Vienna! Don't worry this isn't my final post! I fly out on Saturday and I'm going to try and write one final blog summing up my thoughts on the summer and what this experience has meant to me. Stay tuned kids! We have one last ...

We are official!

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on May 05, 2015

1 photo

... of June :), said one of the parents) and that the English teacher will send us the letter that went to the class with details of the Olympic activities. Laura will have to report back on her meeting tonight, but apparently Daniel, who with Barbara and their girls took us to Visegard, was doing the translating and was not taking the job very seriously and was also full of American jokes.



Blake's class takes a long walk

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 20, 2015

13 photos

... us off at the University, before taking Sam to school. Once the class had assembled (24 kids, 1 teacher, and 4 adults to help with supervision - actually started with 5, but there was a phone call and the other dad never came back). We started walking by the football (a.k.a soccer) fields behind the Biotechnology building, and cut to the northeast across a several recently tilled fields and through a few hedge rows separating those fields (all on University ...

Grand Budapest

A travel blog entry by schipper on Jan 18, 2015

70 photos

... afford extensive travel in the city, so I had only a small agenda of 3 sites that I chose to visit: The great food hall, the Terror torture museum, and the Szchenyl baths. Welp, the food hall was amazing, the terror museum was closed for remodeling (of course) and the baths were absolutely marvelous. In addition, I got to see parliament, eat some crazy and amazing food, and enjoy the local nightlife without breaking the bank. Other observations: Hungarian people love ...

In air, water, and land in Budapest

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Sep 26, 2014

5 photos

... I woke up way after I planned to and didn't have so much time before my caving tour anymore. I abandoned the idea of going to the bus station to buy my ticket ahead of time and instead opted to take a boat on the Danube and see Margaret island.

One of the cool things about the day pass is that it includes lots of forms of public transportation- metro, trams, buses, and the Danube river ferry. The ferry has several pickup and drop off ...