Hotel Molnar Budapest

Address: XII. Fodor u. 143, Budapest, 1126, Hungary | 3 star inn
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      Ho Ho Ho...To The Market We Go!

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 03, 2014

      23 photos

      ... the city we luckily stumbled upon the main Christmas market in town taking place in a large square. While the market in Prague was all about the food, this one was all about the stalls selling all sorts of different things, mostly Christmas items but also just local handmade items as well. Since this was really what we were hoping for with the Christmas markets we were very happy and spent the better part of the morning just browsing and then of course doing a bit ...

      BUDAPEST - a must see city!

      A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Aug 10, 2014

      46 photos

      ... widely, the city has many restaurants where you can enjoy a pleasant meal.

      8. Fine Hungarian Wines and Lots of Places to Taste Them - Hungary has 20 or so wine regions, the most famous being Tokaj, Eger, Szekszárd, and Villány. You can taste the best of Hungarian wines in several places. The best one is an intimate stone cellar in the Castle: where a knowledgeable sommelier tells you great stories about local wines and wine making while you are sampling some delightful reds or ...

      Matthias Church and ruin bars

      A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 27, 2014

      14 photos

      ... for the cannons that were there when I was little. Sadly, the cannons have been moved to the end of the walk in front of a military museum and are just placed on small wooden blocks... Onwards to the church! We popped in for water at the CBA and then headed into the church. I remember it being quite dark, the walls darkened by decades of candle smoke and damp. What a difference! It was light and bright- the interior had been completely restored. This was ...

      Statues, Monuments, and Museums

      A travel blog entry by burtonnm on Jun 01, 2014

      9 photos

      ... execute them. It was very sobering, but also interesting, and an important part of Hungary's history. We spent about 2 hours there and the time just flew by.

      We have just returned to the boat for a "Hungarian Folklore show" before dinner. After dinner our captain will pull away from our dock and take us for a short sail around the riverfront of Buda Pest to see the beautiful city lights. I have heard this is a stunning conclusion to our week-long cruise.

      Freezing frog

      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 04, 2014

      3 comments, 34 photos

      ... east a millennia and a half ago. Folks like Attila the Hun. Anyway, those who stayed around in Central Europe became Hungarians, and those who went north for saunas and cross-country skiing became Finns. However, the Hungarians know they speak an odd language that no body really understands so they're not precious about other people speaking their tongue. Grateful if you try, but most Hungarians spoke English without attitude. Nice touch. We ...