The Three Corners Hotel Bristol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Three Corners Hotel Bristol Budapest
Wonderful hotel with good breakfasts and nice rooms. Staff was very helpful in setting up dinner reservations for a large group, and arranging taxis for dinners and to the airport. Wish the hotel was located a little closer to tram or metro station, though walk to Keleti proved to be not as bad as we had feared.
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Around 10 or so years ago I watched an episode of Getaway which had a segment on Budapest. It looked like an amazing city, and ever since then I have always wanted to visit. Upon adding it to our itinerary I couldn't remember why I wanted to visit, just that I wanted to. After another long train drive, we took the metro to our hotel. Once we had settled in we headed out in search of some dinner and we quickly found out the reason we had ...
... a pub. Was dark inside with music and strange dancing and unmatching chairs and tables set everywhere. We then hopped in a cab to get to the one thing we were waiting to do all day; the thermal baths: Szechenyi thermal bath is the largest medicinal bath in Europe. Its water is supplied by two thermal springs. This experience is one i will never forget. The outdoor bath was heated and packed even though it was ...
... but very casual and pleasant. Afterwards I continued down the street and checked out places like the bookstores, outdoor gear shops, and even the 'House of Terror' - a museum dedicated to the atrocities the Hungarians lived with over the century from the fascists and communist regimes. It was a memorial to the victims, but also had a hard-lined truth to some of the practices these horrors entailed (not for everyone). At the end of the street is Heroes Square where ...
... Chain Bridge, the most famous of the bridges connecting Buda and Pest, again enjoying the views of the bridges, Danube, and both Buda and Pest. Just like the day before, we took a walking tour - this one was focused on what life was like in Budapest during the communism period that lasted post World War II until 1989.
Our guide was fantastic and even though she was born in 1991, she had countless stories to share about what life was like during the communism era. ...
... really interesting walking around and checking out the prices. We brought some huge cherries to eat as we walked for two dollars a kilo!!! Unheard of price in Australia. There was lots of duck and goose raw and cooked products and tons of red peppers, dried and powered. We then headed down a pedestrian boulevard that has all the top end stores. Quite lovely, lots of trees and benches but tons of people everywhere. A significant cathedral here is Saint Stevens, ...