Kiralyi Pal Guesthouse

Kiralyi Pal ut 4, 05, Budapest, 1051, Hungary | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

Too cool for school...

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 29, 2014

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... on booking such a nice place to stay for the next few nights. We had a long shower each before setting out to explore "Buda", the hilly side of the city over the river. En route, we walked past the Basilica, where we also discovered a Mini Bar - complete with Mini memorabilia and miniature Mini Cooper cars (for the kids). After crossing the Chain Bridge over the river, we caught the furnicular up Castle Hill, and reached Buda Palace. We wandered around the ...

A beautiful city by day and night

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jun 24, 2014

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Tuesday 22 June 2014 Budapest

Cloudy with patchy rain 22C

We had tickets to tour the new Parliament building at 10am, so we left the apartment around 9.30 to walk there. Despite some confusing directions, we managed to get ourselves to the tour kick-off (note World Cup reference) point on time to join a group of english speaking tourists waiting for the same tour.

At the entry into the building we went through a scanning machine and ...

Last day in Budapest

A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Apr 14, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... songs on my iPad, so we had our own Karaoke! Also tried line dancing!
Today we toured the Hospital in the Rock Museum in Budapest, a former secret emergency hospital and nuclear bunker. Interesting and informative visit.
We have been sailing for a couple of hours: we will be reaching our next destination at breakfast tomorrow morning, Bratislava, Slovakia. (Home of a few NHL'ers) On the way, saw the ...


A travel blog entry by prairiefish on Feb 21, 2014

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... This evening was our last yoga class at Istvan's beautiful studio. As much as I enjoy being a tourist, I love the opportunity to work ( and share) with open, enthusiast yoga students. I'm starting to miss my own yoga practice, it's not the same away from home, but It's good sometimes to step out of your routine. It's opening me up to all kinds of new ideas about ...

Which is Best? Buda or Pest?

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 10, 2013

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... except the ones that are actually part of a building) and placed them in a heap. This messy pile of concrete and rebar, far away from the centre of town, is now a memorial. I think that is a fitting way to end this blog. The people of Hungary were able to get on with the business of living. They have a beautiful city and a vibrant, exciting feeling about their future.
If I can.... I will go back to Budapest.