Regency Suites Hotel Budapest

Address: Madach Imre ter 2, Budapest, 1075, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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      Budapest - The Jewel of Hungary

      A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... the current died off, the water was diverted into water spouts elsewhere in the pool. Great for massaging your back.

      Inside the building, there were change rooms, private cabins to change in and store your things, lockers, showers, steam rooms, and saunas. Under the domes and along one side, were a progression of thermal mineral baths, each quite large. We went from one to the other, each with different temperatures and mineral content, for healing. One of them was cool, ...

      Walking in Budapest

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... the museum and well laid out exhibits. PM - Had lunch at the museum then headed over to the National Gallery to view the works. There was a Dada exhibition as well, hmmm, not really into this type of art & sculpture though I did like Dali's work from 1934 titled "Surrealist Essay". Lana was sprung trying to take a photo of it, the guard jumped up saying no, no, no pictures!! And the bloody picture is spread all over posters outside?! Got a ...

      Old Haunts with New Faces

      A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... and periods to corresponding art influences in the rest of Europe even the influence of Japanese art in the 19th century.

      At the other end of the Castle District sits the St Matthias Church with its roof of brilliant patterned coloured tiles modelled on St Stephen’s in Vienna. The interior has undergone major restoration in the last decade and it positively shines with gold frescoes and murals ...

      Citadel and champagne

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 14, 2014

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      This morning we decided to head out to the Citadel on top of Gellert hill to get a good view of the city. We walked to the Elizabeth Bridge from our flat, then decided it would be fun to walk across it. The views from the bridge were cool, as well as the view of the suspension bridge itself. At the foot of the bridge in the Buda side, we hiked up the side of the hill a tiny bit to a monument of St. Gellert, the hill being named after him. He was thrown into the Danube from around this ...


      A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 24, 2014

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      ... talking was loud enough to keep us awake. Went we reached Budapest we locked our cases in lockers at the station. As we were leaving again that night on another overnight train we didn't have a Hotel to leave them at. We went for a coffee and to plan our day. As the 2 previous days had been so successful with the bus sightseeing we decided yo do that again. On a good service you do learn a lot about the city and the various ...