The Three Corners Hotel Bristol

Address: 1081 Budapest, Kenyermezo utca 4, Budapest, H - 1081, Hungary | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kispest area of Budapest, is near Gozsdu Courtyard (Gozsdu Udvar), Franz Liszt Academy, Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum (Liszt Ferenc Emlekmuzeum), and Erkel Theatre.
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      Back to where it all began

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Aug 28, 2014

      4 photos

      ... one was modelled by an architect, who designed it similar to the Parliament in London, after being impressed on a visit there. One of the key differences? He built it 6 meters taller! After that we took a walk along the river, and eventually came to the city market hall. It was here where I must tell you about the best moment of the trip so far! It was your classic big city market hall. Lots of meat sellers, fruit and veg, souvenirs, alcohol. We took a walk ...

      Grannie Annie's Front Porch

      A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... group of marionettes was completely different in style from the others and beautifully hand crafted. There was a small working marionette theatre in the museum as well and we were the only 2 people walking through this surreal space. Just incredible. While visiting the town we stayed at a camping place nearby. The people running the place were just so kind and friendly. Garden here....compost heap contained by old wooden doors there. Camping here. Path to the river cut ...

      Timisoara -> Budapest -> Bratislava

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on May 05, 2014

      ... direction – what I thought was the Keleti station was actually Keleti cemetery and I should have paid closer attention to my map since I ended up about twenty minutes out of my way. I got to the international ticket counter at the train station around 1:15 and figured I would have enough time for the 1:35 train, so I felt pretty decent. Got to the ticket counter and got a roundtrip ticket no problem. But the ticket lady was worried I wasn’t ...

      Buda Buda Budapest.

      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 03, 2014

      27 photos

      ... until I reached the kan-ga-roos. I found myself wishing Bailey Biggs was there, to act like a child with me.
      This zoo was something else. It seemed to be a little run down and under staffed. This being said, it was the best zoo I have ever been to. The cool thing about this zoo is that, if the animal was not dangerous, it had an open exhibit, where it could go in and out of the cage, onto the paths where the people ...

      Get over the filth to see the beauty beneath.

      A travel blog entry by zerah on Oct 19, 2013

      ... citadel. It gives you audio information in about twelve languages and takes you everywhere. It runs every half hour, theres two bus routs and a boat tour up the Danube River all included. An adult ticket costs only 5000 Ft for two full days travel, which isn't much if you think about what it provides. $1 = 2.80Ft, right now. I learnt about a bishop that was brought into the area by one of the sovereigns back in the 1500's to convert the people, well the people were pagans at ...