Danubius Hotel Arena
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDanubius Hotel Arena Budapest
Great service, picking us up from the airport and delivering us to the train station the next day! Would definitely recommend.
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I am finally writing again! I just got done with the most amazing experience of my life, and I have no idea how it was humanly possible to learn so many things about myself in a week. Traveling alone is like medicine for the soul. I was given a week off to travel, so I hopped on a bus and went to Vienna for two of the nights. Vienna was a beautiful city, but in comparison to Prague and (especially) Budapest, there was not a whole lot to ...
The Danube runs through it.... History repeats itself. As we listen to the history of each place, we realize how all around the world there are similarities to all the other places, year are year, century after century...one would think that somewhere along the way we would learn a thing or two from previous civilizations. So much control, power hungry politicians who want gold and glory and...girls. The 4Gs, often in the name of 'god'. SOME HISTORY: I am ...
Got off in Bratislava and figured out a route to take from the train station to the hostel. Being me, I was near the end of my book and just couldn’t put it down, so I don’t really remember much about the walk to the hostel. I bet people looked at me funny with my big pack on and a kindle in my hand, reading as I walk down the streets. I looked up when I crossed intersections though J.
One interesting thing I ...
... as most buildings have been bombed, burned, pillaged and destroyed many times over the centuries by any number of conquering nations; Turks, Huns, Nazis, Russians, Austrians etc. What really captures the essence of this city is its vibrancy as a nation that has really only enjoyed freedom from its captors in the last 30 years! Midnight on a Thursday and this city is hopping. I am on the other hand ready to put day 1 to ...
... apart from the Liberty Statue, but its connotations and its meaning was changed in order for it to stay.
Then it was off to the 'Fisherman's Bastion', overlooking the river, the Pest side of the city, and the spectacular houses of parliament which are the third largest parliament buildings in the world. While there we took a walk around the walls making up another citadel like structure surrounding a church, although its purpose offered nothing ...