Raday Central Apartment

Erkel F 14/a, Budapest, 1092, Hungary | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Budapest

A Little Bit of Buda and a Little Bit of Pest

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6

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... to practice our German. We then continued the night at Q-Stall and danced into the wee hours of the morning. We knew most of the people at the bar and it was nice to be out without all of the exchange students. I have really enjoyed getting to know a lot more of the Austrians.

Friday morning was pretty lazy after a long night out. After quickly packing for the weekend, Holly, Jordan and I met the other exchange students at the meeting ...

Taken er easy Hungarian style

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero

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Tried to tour the Parliament building this morning but tickets were sold out. Balls! Oh well. Took a walk to the middle of the Margit Bridge and made a detour to the island. Strolled around for a bit and then walked the other half of the bridge over to Buda.

Dropped in at one of the bath houses and got a massage. A little weird because it wasn't your incense and New Age music kind of massage. This one felt like it was in a high school locker room. ...

Day 40, 41, 42 - Budapest turns it on!

A travel blog entry by abs08

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... had begrudgingly made up my mind to skip it. However, having a partner in crime who was willing to do it on the cheap and pitch a tent somewhere / sleep at the train station / find floor space somewhere for a couple of days, meant that Oktoberfest was back on the table! We decided to leave first thing on Saturday afternoon (28/09) and after a couple of days of mayhem in the Bavaria I would continue onwards to make my way to Spain whilst Joe would come back to Budapest. We actually ...

Sight seeing

A travel blog entry by cargal

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... so much detail on the building, from the beautiful door ways, to the statues, and fancy work that lace the walls. They all have there uniqueness.

Every where you go there are statues of some sorts. I saw one last night which I really liked so I go back to and take a photo.

As we walk around looking at the city, Helen can't help herself by helping others. She has taught me a lot in the way of informal conversation. ...

Hungry for some more Hungary

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn

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... s Basilica, House of Terror, Museum of Fine Arts, and the Thermal couldn't fit down the street the hostel was located on. We definitely got a few strange looks as 30 of us walked through the centre of Budapest with luggage in tow.

In terms of hostels, where we were staying was pretty great. It was modern and clean, the bathroom was large, the Wi-Fi worked in our rooms, and there was a large window we could open to let in breeze. It's a little strange ...

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