Regency Suites Hotel Budapest

Address: Madach Imre ter 2, Budapest, 1075, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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      Eastern Delights

      A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... what he was asking, but seeing it was by far the easiest option I soon backed down. Did we pay too much for the ride? At about $20, definitely, but the driver himself had a tough time locating the exact address as it was on a walking street and even left us with the car, so perhaps for convenience’s sake it was a small price to pay.

      We arrive to a gated courtyard and call the host on the intercom. After a bit of ...

      Last Day in Budapest

      A travel blog entry by mreasier on Aug 11, 2014

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      After breakfast we all loaded into 4 busses for a tour of the city. 1st stop was Hero's Square, honoring the hero's of Hungary's past. The communists tried to tear it down while they we in power but the people were able to resist it. From there we toured the city ending up at Buda Castle. We toured the castle area for a while and then went into the Matthias Church, a beautiful 700 year old Catholic Church. After seeing the church we ...

      I like Buda, she likes Pest

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... was excellent, local style beef stew and broiled chicken, both dishes served with lots of sweet pickles! After dinner we wandered along the Danube back to the Art'otel for a nightcap in the bar.

      The next day we took advantage of the Hop on Hop off buses. First stop was the Market Hall, a large indoor facility that goes way back. While there were lots of kiosks selling tourist items, it was also a true market for the locals. Butcher shops in one ...

      What holiday?

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 09, 2014

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      Apparently June 9th is a statutory holiday here, although I couldn't find anything about it in the guidebooks or online originally. It turns out that June 8 & 9th are Catholic holidays. Who knew? Not realizing this, we headed out for a walking tour in the morning, noticing how quiet it was.... It dawned on us fairly quickly when I saw signs about holiday opening hours in the window of a pharmacy. Oh well, making the best of it, ...

      First Zoo!

      A travel blog entry by essejtravels on Apr 27, 2014

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      ... it off for the day. So we promised ourselves we'd come back to it tomorrow. On our next day we decided we'd go for a boat cruise along the Danube River. Along the way we saw quite a few things like Hungarian Orthodox churches and many beautiful, and different-shaped buildings. After going up and down the river we came to Margaret Island, which if you ask me was heaven. Margaret Island was beautiful, with these huge gardens and parks where you ...