Kiralyi Pal Guesthouse

Address: Kiralyi Pal ut 4, 05, Budapest, 1051, Hungary | Inn
 
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Budapest

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Apr 21, 2015

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... large outdoor thermal spa that was a very nice feature. I enjoyed a quick whooping in a game of chess with an elder Hungarian man in the spa while I soaked. All in all I would say that this one was less touristy than the other and still a great place to soak the body and relax for the cost of $11. For the rest of the day I explored Hero's square where there are statues of the most prominent leaders and figures throughout Hungarian history. I also decided to ...

Day 31 - Bratislava, Slovakia

A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Oct 23, 2014

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Well, I'm back in Slovakia (if just for the moment). I've traveled to Bratislava, the capital city along the Danube River. As the largest city in Slovakia, it still retains a small-city feel with only a population of around 450,000. It's on my way to Vienna, which is just an hour away, but since I was so close, I've decided to make a stop for a couple nights to see what the capital has to offer. From what I've read, it's ...

First Stop in Central Europe: Budapest

A travel blog entry by augem1 on Oct 23, 2014

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... sang the song with passion. If there’s one moral view I learned on this trip, it is having a more open mind and not letting your prior judgments and stereotypes guide your actions and views. I have been learning how to push away the stereotypes and realize that almost everyone wants world peace. We are all human yet we think about other people being below our standards or being too outlandish – all we do ...

Three countries in one day

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 14, 2014

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Our first stop on this travel day was Carnuntum, a Roman military city in Austria. Active for several centurie, this extensive ruin holds a history as a miitary encampment and a major trading center. The excavations have been reinforced and some actually reconstructed to show what life was like during the first centuries AD. We toured a merchant's house and the pubic ...

Without a Place to Belong

A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael on Jul 18, 2014

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... was drooling out the side of her mouth as she sat there slumped in a sleeping stupor.
And as everyone stepped around, I couldn't help but be painfully reminded of the story Jesus told of the good Samaritan.
I was ashamed by my own repulsed response to follow suit and keep a certain distance.
My memory went back to recall a quote that I had read some ...