Hotel Beke Radisson

Address: VI. Teréz krt. 43, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Terézváros area of Budapest, is near House of Terror, Budapest Operetta Theatre, Andrassy Avenue, and WestEnd City Center.
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

DAY 32: Saturday, 4 October

A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 04, 2014

... a real drama. Max is nice and he settled us in. I just went outside to take photos of the apartment and it is starting to spit. The max today here is 19°. My head is a bit funny. It feels like I have motion sickness, a little like I've been on a boat so I'm putting it down to the rocking of the train. We were in the caboose so maybe that rocks a bit more than the other carriages. I'm feeling pretty happy about being in Budapest. The walk from the train station revealed an old ...


A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 21, 2014

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... cuisine. We try all sorts of goodies from Braised venison, paprika chicken, sheep stew, potato doughnuts, bread crumbed mushrooms, savoury pancakes, gnocchi, pork scroll, deep fried duck wings, ewes cheese pasta to stuffed cabbage. Many hours afterwards it's time for another run! This was originally our last day in Budapest so we head a few blocks over and take up new residence in a hostel. It's actually better than our previous apartment so no qualms here. There ...

Hungry in Hungary

A travel blog entry by johs-wanderland on Feb 14, 2014

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... smart and trust your instincts. We create a new comfort zone away from our comfort zone.

So we got to Wombats which is one of the better hostels I've stayed at!
I met up with Mark the next morning and we had kebab for brunch, yes I know not very sound for a morning meal but there were kebab stores everywhere! I couldn't help myself!
We checked out the bridge and the Danube but it was quite overcast so we just wandered around and ...

Budapest Day 1 (sorry no interesting title)

A travel blog entry by curious1 on Dec 10, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... a bit derelict. The courtyard is nothing but dirt. The hostel itself, was fine, it was just the first impression. Inside is quite modernized, with bright colours, a dining area, kitchen, games room and tv room. (It also helps that it was less than 5 pounds a night). The hostel has a real live swedish chef, who was making Hungarian Potato casserole for dinner. I ended up waiting for it, which was supposed to be ready by 7, and wasn't ready until after 8 :( Then, I went ...

Day 9: Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds on Sep 18, 2013

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Fortunately we have legs, because walking seemed especially imperative for the day's events. Our limbs brought us first to parliament, which was under construction, nevertheless a beautiful piece of work. We then ventured to the River Danube, or "the Nile" as we liked to refer to it following an inquiry via some incredibly oblivious tourists. Chain Bridge so kindly led us from Pest to Buda side where we ascended ...