Raday Central Apartment

Erkel F 14/a, Budapest, 1092, Hungary | Lodge
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    A series of unfortunate events- Budapest to Zagreb

    A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 25, 2014

    ... bus ride :S.

    We made it to the next train and all piled on, it was really confusing at first because all the seats had reservations but after a while we decided to just sit down. These seats were pretty comfy so we were all like, hey this isn't so bad ! We were on the train for maybe 30 min when we got to the Croatian border, where we waited for over an hour. There was about 20 border guards to check passports and in ...

    Budapest, Hungary

    A travel blog entry by travelhippie on Jan 27, 2014

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    ... such a cool thing and I've never done anything like it and we got out with a minute remaining! We did it with our Australian friends Iain and Imogen! Our day didn't stop being crazy there though! At 3:45 all four of us went on the caving under Budapest tour. My life was changed after this. And man am I feeling it today! The thought of going underground for two and a half hours through tight spaces filled with dust really didn't intrigue me but I really wanted to give it a ...

    Thoroughly enjoying myself!

    A travel blog entry by curious1 on Dec 13, 2013

    12 photos

    ... typical" day theme, but went to a hunter's cabin. Inside, I could find the wood burning stove, the furs on the wall (one was shorter, like a deer or beaver or something and the other was fluffier). The kerosene lamp was also easily identifiable. Then we went through the woods, and over a bridge. They have done a wonderful job at making the trees feel realistic. Next stop: a Statue park. I figured out Atlas, as you can feel the globe with a man underneath. The statue of David was a ...


    A travel blog entry by jessboss4 on Oct 28, 2013

    ... we'd go out for a few drinks ourselves. We'd been told about the ruin bars so thought we'd go to one that was voted #3 best in the world. We got ready and went to Retox because it was close and we knew the drinks were quite cheap. After that, we wandered to Szimpla. It was amazing! We had never seen anything like it. We decided to get some sheesha and a table and sat down with a drink each for an hour or so. It was around 12.30am when we left to go to this other ruin bar. We ...

    Day 29 Budapest.

    A travel blog entry by brianmurray on Sep 09, 2013

    25 photos

    ... Christian Church. Usually, beside the synagogue is a grave yard accommodating some 10,000, mostly unidentified bodies of those who died in the last weeks of the war before the Soviets liberated the ghetto. I did learn today that elderly American men can be incredibly disrespectful. Even though they were each given a yarmulka to cover their head when they entered the synagogue, at least three thought it shouldn't apply to them and took them off. I spent ...