Leonardo Hotel Budapest

Address: 30-34 Tompa Street, Budapest, 1094, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Budapest


    A travel blog entry by eurochic on Aug 29, 2014

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    After a very long and remarkable (on several fronts) day in Eger yesterday with Dobi family friends, Eva and Janos (sidebar stories may or may not follow in this forum!), we had our first full day in Budapest. We stayed on the Pest side all day, starting early with a walk from our hotel to the Grand Marketplace -- it will come as no surprise to learn that we bought three kinds of Paprika, Hungarian Saffron, and a hand-embroidered ...


    A travel blog entry by djmitchos on May 17, 2014

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    I <3 Budapest!!! Such a crazy party town and everything was diiiirrtt cheap, but it was still such a beautiful and clean city for how cheap everything was. Out hostel was probably the best place I've stayed yet, right in the heart of the city! Around us were all these "ruin bars" they were old abandoned buildings that were bombed in a war and now people have turned them into bars, ...

    Bottling Budapest

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 25, 2014

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    ... he'd planned for some rich Russian had left him with enough money to buy an apartment in Budapest, and he was here for the weekend to find a place. For a day's worth of organising he'd earned One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Euros to do with as he pleased. I've never despised anyone so much in my life. Just then, the sex crazed Hungarian came blundering in, seedy eyed and ready to turn in for an early night. The wealthy Peruvian/German/Russian smiled broadly, glad to have ...


    A travel blog entry by sfboyle on Oct 08, 2013

    ... trad dancing troups and cute paprika packages for the touros like us. Lets hope they stay operating there and aren't replaced by a McDonalds or a Starbucks.
    Coffee is looking up. The Hungarians have got something going - either with the standard European idea of a 'Latte', or their own version of a strong espresso with just a bit of milk - like a wan macchiato. Oh boy!
    Not a hell of a lot of English spoken ...