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A travel blog entry by unajean


... More than half of Hungary's land is arable and its rich agricultural industry can feed the entire country. Hungary's population is 9.9 million with 1.7 million making Budapest home. From its inception, Budapest has been a place of thermal baths, or spas. Some of the most famous, include Szechenyi Baths that offer a choice of different temperature thermal mineral pools. It is located in City Park, behind Heroes' Square, our first stop on our bus tour. Budapest's ...

Langos, lucky horse balls and carrot sellers...

A travel blog entry by emfletche


... views over the Danube towards Pest (“Pesht, Miss Moneypenny”) and the Hungarian Parliament Building. The tour has been excellent, and well worth the 10 euro tip we gave to Zoltan at the end. We parted ways with our fellow tour-ees including the lovely American couple who had just escaped the snowstorms in their native South Carolina in order to complete the much-travelled Budapest-Vienna-Prague triangle.

Mr Fletche and I wander ...

Buda + Pest = Budapest

A travel blog entry by gaplyf


... boy it did not lie. We soon discovered there was activities on every night ! Passing up on the boat cruise we headed out for a rumoured Subway X Mexican feed , we were not disappointed ! We then proceeded to explore our first ever Christmas market and boy oh boy it's going to be a great lead up to Christmas . On Saturday, we took upon recommendations from one the Hostel employes and headed out with a check list ...

Fallah Dobro

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney


... a vibration instrument and it seemed that it change vibrations as she waved it over the rock. It was very interesting and everyone seemed to feel the energy. The tunnels are also supposed to have healing powers as well and when inside it allows your body to focus on healing itself. I dont fully understand everything that was explained to us, but it for sure seems that these were built by another civilizations that we know nothing about. They even existed before the ice age ...

A Tale of Two Cities - Buda and Pest

A travel blog entry by hughescruise


... s are very nice. Not big but well appointed. We had a lovely dinner and called it a day.

This morning we had a morning sightseeing tour of Buda and Pest - at one time two cities divided by the Danube, but today they are one city. The two sides are very different. The Pest side is flat, more commercial and a little bit poorer. The Buda side is very hilly, the home of the Buda Castle and St. ...


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