Hotel Tanne

Address: Esze Tamas utca 1-3, Budakeszi, 2092, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budakeszi


A travel blog entry by barbarapenson on Oct 18, 2015

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Still cruising on the Danube through Slovakia. Mainly vegetation on either side. We went through the first lock at 1am (which I saw out of the corner of my eye) and Bratislava at 5am. The latter site mainly evidenced by several bridges. Jim took particular interest as he has been there and I caught up with more sleep. Dinner was lovely last night. Nice ...

Day 77 Budapest, Hungary

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Sep 28, 2015

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... after the Mongolian invasion. The 15th century saw the golden age of Castle Hill, following the marriage of King Matthias Corvinus and Beatrix of Naples in 1476. Many Italian artists and craftsmen accompanied the new queen, and Buda became an important European city. After the Turkish occupation (1541-1686) Buda lay in ruins. A Baroque city was built, and Castle Hill soon became the district of government. During WW II, Buda was bombed to the ground ...

And on to Budapest - but not that fast

A travel blog entry by kerrycrawford on Sep 09, 2015

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Today is David's birthday and he certainly had a long and memorable one. We left Vienna early in the morning and headed to the airport. We were not flying Lufthansa (which was on strike) but their subsidiary, Austrian Airlines. We checked in and Jim and I sailed through, unfortunately Barb and Dave got pushed to stand-by. This amazes me that it can happen when you book and pay for your ticket 6 months in advance - and this ...


A travel blog entry by wheretobooboo on Jul 26, 2015

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... a glow in the sky ahead. Then we came around a bend in the river, and like a curtain going up on a stage-set we were suddenly surrounded by lights, with the whole of Budapest laid out before us. It's a truly breathtaking sight, with the magnificent Parliament House and all the bridges and castles and churches along the riverbank sparkling and reflecting in the waters of the Danube. Truly one of the most beautiful things we have ever seen. The next morning ...

My house in Budapest

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Jul 20, 2015

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... you cough! But I made it and the views was definitely worth it. Being a lovely clear day the views over the city were unobstructed and different architectural buildings stood out.
Oh before the 220 steps I needed to get a bit of energy up so I went to the Gelato Rosa, where they make your gelato into a rose in the cone. I had a very yummy one with strawberry and elder flower centre, kiwi and banana middle layer and raspberry outer layer. It was very refreshing to ...