Zonaflat - Shakespeare Opera

dalszinhaz utca 10, Budapest, Hungary | Hotel
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The Ecseri Market

A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jun 28, 2014

54 photos

After a nice late morning snooze we were up at 0830 for breakfast in the hotel. I was still a bit tired so it took a bit of work from Janet to get me up and ready to face the day :), poor dear, she had to work so hard, lol.

After a nice breakfast we set of ...

When in Budapest, Do as the Hungarians Do

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on Jun 02, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... of the AmaDolce, Mom and I were able to take two trips (one carrying our own luggage, the second carrying Grandma and Grandpa's luggage) from the boat to the hotel just by walking. While we did that, Grandpa and Grandma relaxed in the lounge on the boat for the last time.

Once we had everything transferred to the hotel, Mom and I went back to the boat to grab Grandma and Grandpa and we walked to the Central Market Hall. It was a bit of a hike ...

I Caved In…. :)

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 05, 2014

14 photos

... no movement. There is no light; its strange being able to close your eyes and then open them, and see absolutely no difference. Being completely vulnerable, feeling like you have no control over your surroundings. It was an experience.

After caving, we ventured to the Baths. The baths of Budapest are apparently incredibly famous for being healing. They are basically like large bath tubs, some at different temperatures, some with jets, ...

Szia Budapest

A travel blog entry by sherreedwyer on Dec 20, 2013

5 photos

A day in transit is always stressful, especially if you know you have to negotiate the busiest metro station in the whole of Paris, switching from metro to RER train and ending up at Charles de Gaulle airport, all with 20kg cases in tow! Add to that the fact that we had booked a cheapo airline and hoped that we'd be able to find it in Terminal 2D! It all worked and we arrived in Budapest to find Michael waiting for us in the terminal. The walk from the ...

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 ...