Szonyi Hotel

Szonyi ut 38, Budapest, 1142, Hungary | Hotel
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    Budapest

    A travel blog entry by lisanasis on May 12, 2014

    ... castle district, saw the st Matthias church and fishermans bastion - a beautiful building with even more beautiful views across the Danube and the Houses of Parliament. It was straight out of a fairy tale. Dinner at 21 in the castle district - delicious Hungarian food - chicken paprikash, hortobagy (pancake filled with chicken and topped with paprika sauce) and a big schnitzel for ...

    All aboard. Let the sailing begin!

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 08, 2014

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    ... history etc of the area to be a guide.
    On the walking tour we passed the stables where the famous Viennese Horses are and we had to wait as some were lead past us. The stables and surrounding area was so clean.
    We had a bit of free time before returning to the Bus so we got some Euros to buy a souvenir and also to visit an apothecary to get some low dose aspirin as Susan's ankles are a bit swollen. Very helpful pharmacist (of course). ...

    Tourist/Yogini

    A travel blog entry by prairiefish on Feb 21, 2014

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    ... the works expressive, emotional & distinct in colour, theme & tone. I absolutely loved this collection. The National Gallery is very much the opposite of the National Museum we visited earlier in the week. The Gallery has an amazing art collection. The Museum is an amazing building, but I found their collection not as interesting or unique. I will say, however, ...

    The City that sits on Hundreds of Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by schreinski on Nov 18, 2013

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    ... get ready for the night. We ate at a local cafe that was right across the street, Cafe Jubilee. It wasn't the best, but it was a typical Hungarian cafe. We met up with Kevin, Tony, and Dylan (EuroAdventures Guides) that were also in Budapest for these couple of days, so we messaged them and ended up meeting them at a "Ruins Pub." We walked in and were amazed at how large and complex this single pub was. The pub that we were in used to be an old factory, but was converted ...

    Boobyfest...sorry, that's Budapest

    A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... place called "instant" where there was a ground floor bar, basement dance floor, and 20 different rooms on the first and second floors offering different types of music from electronic pop to heavy thrash mental. Vlad and Ivan stayed in the bar where new Swedish and Swiss friends were made, including Eric the Viking. His girlfriend, Kristina, was just spectacular. It was a late start the next day, as Ivan and Vlad ...