The Three Corners Hotel Bristol
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... across the city are amazing... Later that day we went out for a few drinks with some Guys we had spoke to earlier, they were all doing Cycle tours (separately) around Europe.
May 28th & 29th - Both days we went into the City first day by the Metro, a 24hr ticket was relatively inexpensive allthough we only used it one way as we ended up walking back, and day 2 we went by bike, cycling was fairly easy around the city with cycle lanes ...
... church is a prominent part of the Pest skyline and is named for Stephen, the first King of Hungary. The inside of the church is colorful with red marble and a massive bright cupola. The desiccated hand of Stephen I, dated from his death in 1038, is in a case in one of the side rooms of the church and is considered a holy relic. Zoltan explained that during the war the hand was hidden and kept safe in Austria from destruction by the Nazi's before ...
... br> Back on the Pest side we walked past the massive Parliament building. We could not get close to it because of the construction. I think they were redoing the plaza out front of the building because everything was torn up and new bricks were being laid down. Next up was St. Stephen's Basilica. It was a nice basilica but not the most impressive we have seen. We tried to go inside, just because we were cold, but turned around when we realized we had to pay. ...
... we travelled and one of them was a game called TRAP - Team Race Against Puzzles - which was only a few streets away from us - cost E12 for the team and you were locked into a room for 60 minutes and there were a dozen different types of puzzles that you had to solve before getting the code to let you out of the room, also lots of puzzles that didn't actually lead anywhere. We were on camera, so if we needed some help to move to the next stage the guy ...
... iced special' to the drinks menu each Friday ...Raspberry Italian Cream Sodas, Iced Vanilla Lattes, Apple & Ginger Sparklers, Spiced Berry Cooler.... Mmmm... so good!
Over Summers hottest month of August, however, we followed the trend of many other places around Budapest and closed the doors while temperatures soared to highs of 45C. Perfect timing to really throw ourselves into the massive and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility