Seni Studium

Address: Harmat Utca 129, Budapest, 1104, Hungary | Hotel
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    Budapest, Hungry

    A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Sep 17, 2014

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    Well today our cruise has finished, we are all just waiting to be transferred to our hotel in Budapest. Then it's independent traveling from here on, who will pick up after us and tell us what to do now? Our hotel is fantastic we got a great river view, (first pic).I would recommend The Marriott to anybody, it doesn't look nice from the outside but the rooms are big, great view from I think 80%o f the rooms and it's really central ...


    A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on May 25, 2014

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    ... marriage legislation. But from this solid basis. Big John and I were tight. And I got talking to the rest of the party. Turns out we were headed to the same club! So we split the cabs to make it cheaper. Upon getting to the club, the Irish boys decided they were going to buy a table. And that we were welcome to join them in the VIP room. Who can say no to that. So after the bottles of whiskey and vodka were dropped on the table, I settled in to ...

    Day 2 - Budapest

    A travel blog entry by pjrinal on May 25, 2014

    1 photo

    ... ornate for a Jewish temple. In fact, the inside feels in many ways like a Catholic church. The tour guide was from Brooklyn, if you can believe it. A bit too "New York" but very informative. At the location there is also a unique cemetery where about 2,500 Jews were mass buried in 1945 - either dying of starvation, disease, or murdered in the last days of WWII. also at the site is a "weeping willow" memorial to many 1,000's of Jews murdered during the war. This, ...

    I Caved In…. :)

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 05, 2014

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    ... no movement. There is no light; its strange being able to close your eyes and then open them, and see absolutely no difference. Being completely vulnerable, feeling like you have no control over your surroundings. It was an experience.

    After caving, we ventured to the Baths. The baths of Budapest are apparently incredibly famous for being healing. They are basically like large bath tubs, some at different temperatures, some with jets, ...

    Back to Budapest

    A travel blog entry by ruth.parent on Sep 25, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... The side is usually boiled potatoes or gnocchi. No vegetables served with meals (especially odd since you see bags of vegetables being sold in markets). - Being a vegetarian has been a challenge, tho I'm usually able to order a soup and salad. The most challenging location was Bosnia, where food is sustenance rather than enjoyment. There was nothing even remotely vegetarian on the menu, but the waiter assured me ...