Passzio Panzio Hotel

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

The Danube again

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan

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... by a banging on the door about 45 minutes later. Luckily I'd decided to wear 'skins' to sleep in, as the man outside was very impatient. I fumbled with the door and it was the police for our passports. About 30 minutes later there was a much quieter knock - this time it was the Romanian police. The last lot were the Hungarians.

Bryan couldn't sleep up on the top bunk - it was higher up than the 4 sleepers we had last ...

Hungry in Hungary

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips

1
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... and the Gellért Hill Cave Church (probably one of my moms favourite parts of our time in Budapest). It was a church in a cave in the hill. Not wanting to use all of our energy to walk to the top of the Citadella, we stopped half way up, still able to see great views over the Danube River to Pest. We walked for what felt like forever searching for the entrance to the Buda Castle. All that work left us quite underwhelmed upon arriving there. It was a ...

A Tale of Three Cities or Singing in the Rain

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054

14
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... to the celebration, but frankly, it was not what I expected. I was hoping to see and hear a little more polka dancing, accordians and singing and a little less excessive drinking. Nevertheless, I was grateful to witness the event and the Germans seemed to really enjoy the celebration.





Labor day provided one of those rare opportunities to have an extra day off over ...

Budapest: home of the Sexy Tractor

A travel blog entry by jkodai

87

... a good idea, because the hostel was actually at the top of several flights of stairs. After climbing what was, in my opinion, way too many stairs, the actual hostel wasn't so bad. We were greeted by a tall Irish man with dreadlocks down past his butt. He showed us around, gave us a map and wrote several notes about places to go and things to see. So we put our things down, and set out to see the city on a free walking tour. As the ...

Hungary for Goulash

A travel blog entry by angela.arnold

97

... and pancakes filled, and covered in chocolate, for dessert. It was SO good. I sat with a lady who had the weekend off, but was in Europe for business, from Florida, and a woman who was visiting friends that lives in Brazil. We all had a great time talking and sharing travel stories. It was a lovely lunch.

Our tour guide met us to show us around Buda. The area is quite hilly. It is built over caves that house natural springs, so buses and large vehicles ...

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