Kiralyi Pal Guesthouse

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


A travel blog entry by brenton-alan


... island from the bridge. There are quite a few people walking the island park. It is pretty for this time of the year, so it must be very pretty when all the trees are green and the flowers are blooming.

Now as i reach the end of the island, its about 2 kilometres long, i stop to take another picture only to drop the camera. I have dropped it once before in Iceland and it was ok. This time it is terminal. The lens has broken, and no ...

Which is Best? Buda or Pest?

A travel blog entry by marybc


... br> When you start delving in to the history of Budapest it becomes obvious that the healing waters of the (over 80) geothermal springs in the area make this a gem of a place. The locals brag that they have the largest thermal water cave system in the world. In fact, if you are feeling ill it is not unusual for your doctor to give you a prescription which gives you free entry to one of the many bath houses in the city.
Our ...

Reflections on Budapest

A travel blog entry by londone7


... people. There are two regulars outside my supermarket. I've started saying hello and giving some change sometimes. I'm not sure if I should be buying them food when I go inside the supermarket and have got mixed advice about doing this. Unfortunately we cant talk to each other due to language differences.

What Budapest has not lost is its small city feel, architectural charm, ...

My New Budapest Apartment

A travel blog entry by londone7


... the washing machine. Its a steel drum inside the bathroom. You have to lock the metal lid over the top with its locking mechanism then run the machine. The water drains into the bathtub.

Just around the corner from my apartment is the river and then I'm facing ...

London and Budapest (20 – 25 July 2013)

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin


... Hapsburgs took over in the 17th century. They ruled until the end of WW1 when the monarchy was deposed. Budapest suffered badly during WW2, having been occupied by the Germans and then by the Soviets, who the Hungarians thought had come to liberate them from the Nazis!

In 1956, there was an unsuccessful uprising against the Soviets and the retaliation by the authorities caused extensive damage to the city. ...

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