Travel Blogs from Budapest
... afternoon on Monday 26th, after a relaxing drive from
Gyor, we stopped in a Tesco along the way and got talking to some guy
who spoke little English but all we could make out was he had a 1966
Van and loved ours....May 27th – Tom's Birthday, Sarah didn't feel too great during the day so Tom went out for a Cycle around Budapest and up Gillert Hill, this was mainly to come down again but the views from ...
... start in Budapest either). It’s just a stop on the way to some other city. Got on the train, and found an empty compartment to myself. It was just me for most of the ride to Bratislava, so I read my book the whole way. The conductors change at the border of Hungary, so you have to show your ticket twice. I don’t think Hungary is in the Shengen Zone, although it is in the EU, which is why that happens. But maybe it is because they didn’t ...
... of the town and the bridge, with the street pebbles and markets being a highlight. Upon crossing the bridge again, on of the young locals boys asked if we wanted to jump off the bridge (just like Hamish and Andy did), and we were considering it before a thunderstorm swept through the city, meaning we didn't even get a chance to jump, which was a little disappointing, but not to matter, as they wanted to charge as €25 euro to jump off it anyway (stitch-up). We didn't even see one of ...
... a great time.
Just as we were getting ready to go over the bridge, I missed a curb and went crashing to the ground. Poor Jim was helpless, he was trying not to run over me. Two gentlemen, truly gentlemen, grabbed the Segway so it didn't crash or land on me.. Scraped my knee, and my hand, nothing serious, but scary.
Crossed the bridge, back up to the castle area, rode along the Buda side ...
After another night with the door wide open and the Mozzie net over the door, we woke up and had a quick breakfast and went to the reception to find out about the public transport options into Budapest, turns out a Bus was the best option but it was going to take an hour and a half and left in 10 minutes... The fridge has been playing up last couple of days so i quickly hooked up to the mains to give the leisure battery a proper charge and Lorna got a bag sorted ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed