St. George Residence

Address: Fortuna utca 4., Budapest, 1014, Hungary | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Várkerület area of Budapest, is near Fisherman's Bastion (Halaszbastya), Liberty Square (Szadadsag Ter), West Station, and Holy Trinity Column (Szentháromság Szobor).
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


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          Stay rural - Szentendre

          A travel blog entry by mccranor on Jul 19, 2015

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          ... the heat.

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          ... Budapest. Budapest is simply stunning, one of the most beautiful cities we have visited on this trip so far. The city of Budapest (pronounced as the locals made sure to tell us Buda-Pesht) is actually two cities that lie on either side of the mighty and majestic Danube. There's Buda, which is quite hilly, contains the Royal castle and is famous for its bath houses; and then there's Pest which is very flat (and has consequently always ...

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          ... only $18 for all of that. I went to the central market. I tried to eat all of these nachos at lunch. I couldn't. I scared the waiter bc I finished my drink and went to the bathroom. He thought I had left bc there was no one watching me in the dining room. Whoops. I relaxed in the hostel and finished reading Wild by Cheryl Strayed. Australian guy made the dessert. We worked on our leftovers again for ...

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          A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Feb 05, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

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          6 comments, 44 photos

          ... in Wayne's) and admire the illuminations. It is going to be an extremely rude awakening when I get back home and have to cook and clean. An evening nightcap with some people on our tour completed the exquisite evening and it was off to bed for me.

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