Hotel Tanne

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

Budapest day 1

A travel blog entry by slb333 on Nov 15, 2014

... to ship for guesswhat more food, I went with Joe and Rose to the market place and big enclosure building with farmer market stuff and tourist souvenir s , then walked down the shopping pedi mall, saw a nice red light building, nice girl, but asked where your lady have them come and join us. Wow, anyway walked back to ship, it gets dark early, relax and ate dinner, sat in front of ship to watch city light at night, and of course time to pack , oh not much fun, ...

I love Hungary.

A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 14, 2014

... is stunning, as is the walk. There are trees and parks and random statues to stumble on, and pretty much everything leads to the Citadella. The Citadella itself was pretty underwhelming, basically just a big wall, but the view and the walk itself was well worth it. We headed back down the hill, decided we were hungry, and decided Nagy Vasarcsarnok (the central market hall) would be a good place to find some grub, and oh boy were ...

Day 86 - Budapest

A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Oct 04, 2014

Today was like my last day because the next 2 days will just be travelling. So it was a getting organised kind of day! I decided to die my hair again because it had gone back to almost blond and I out fake tan on! I didn't want to come home to Adrian ugly! So after that I went to the supermarket and spent the rest of my money on enough food for dinner tonight and for the next 2 days! I got some noodles to eat dry and a loaf of bread and I couldn't even ...

Highlights of Buda & Pest (Day 7)

A travel blog entry by kezzapotz on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... Went onto view Budapest from the heights of Gellert Hill. This point overlooks the whole city and got some amazing pictures. The two sides are linked by the Chain Bridge and a newer bridge, the Elizabeth Bridge. Returning to the hotel we had a free afternoon, before an in house dinner at the Corinthia - tomato & mozzarella salad, roast chicken & vegetables, and a beautiful chocolate cake for dessert. Probs need to go to the gym again tomorrow morning ...

Budapest

A travel blog entry by meeksy on Sep 16, 2014

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... capacity of 100 however during the Second World War there was up to 700. The conditions must have been horrendous as patients had to share beds and bandages were reused when patients died. This hospital was also prepared in the event of a nuclear attack during the Cold War. As it was our last night we were entertained by a Hungarian Band. As we were keen to get a good seat for a show and ...