How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Walzer Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
Mozhda nema bash vaka da odi shetnjata, ama ajde chisto da probame kako kje izgleda chudovo :)
All up I took 18104 steps for the day and rubbed a blister on the ball of each foot.
The plan was to stay in that night and catch up on my blog, emails and washing. However, I bumped into four members of the other touring group in the hotel lobby. They were planning on taking a dinner cruise on the Danube and they ask me to join them so I did.
We enjoyed a three hour cruise, a delicious ...
This has to be one of my favourite cities! I have no memories that stand out but I had fun with my fellow travellers, especially Ally, Kayla and Emma, visiting the baths, food markets, Blue Danube and St Stephen's Basilica. We also went to a bar housed in ruins. It had a bohemian feel-apart from the sound mix which was distorted. I guess it made sense in that particular place-enough said there.
Mostly we ...
For the most part it has not rained hard, but it has been consistently wet. Walking home from the Egyetem yesterday after class, I was pretty damp from the mist/drizzle. Maybe a bit like a Seattle winter day, where the moisture hangs in the air and you get wetter walking than standing still.
Yesterday was my third class. Still cannot get used to seeing the students in my class only once per week, even if the time with them is ...
... metro system. We came out near the Jewish synagogue. Behind the Synagogue is a memorial weeping willow tree dedicated to the dead. It was an interesting site and was an interesting way to present a memorial.
Our next stop was the Opera house. This opera house is home to the best acoustics in Europe. Unfortunately I didn't have time to see a show (I wouldn’t be able to understand the language anyway) so after a nosey around admiring the marble pillars ...