Raday Central Apartment

Address: Erkel F 14/a, Budapest, 1092, Hungary | Lodge
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    A travel blog entry by ashwest on May 14, 2015

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... spilt ketchup all over the highway. That has really been the highlight of the day. I mean other then our hotel being right on the Danube. I will be going for a walk along the river in the morning before breakfast. I have a lot to say about Prague and Vienna and will post another entry later tonight. It is so beautiful and so much information I don't know where to pick up. But I will figure it out. In the meantime, enjoy a picture of a cake. Mmmm, ...


    A travel blog entry by trvlkvsk on Jan 20, 2015

    7 photos

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    That night I wanted to try some true Hungarian food and lucky there was a restaurant just behind the hostel which seemed to have very good reviews on TripAdvisor. I ended getting a bit too much, but it was definitely an experience I would never splash out my money on in Melbourne. The meal of Goulash soup (with Bread), and Roast Goose with Potatoes and Cabbage was 4000 Ft = $18 AUD, which would probably not have been enough for just the main dish of goose in Melbourne.


    Day 42 - Budapest

    A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 14, 2014

    3 photos

    Today is our last full day in Budapest. Today we just took it easy and went to check out one of the squares we hadn't seen. In the Square (erzsebet ter) is the Ferris wheel, which isn't nearly as high as the hill we climb two days ago. We watched a guy practice his cocktail juggling skills, he was pretty entertaining. We tried a Hungarian dish called langos, it's deep fried dough then they put garlic, sour cream and ...

    In air, water, and land in Budapest

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Sep 26, 2014

    5 photos

    ... on our bellies, slid on our butts, and otherwise navigated through the tiny spaces, the guide would periodically stop us in a space where we all fit in and tell us stories about caving, Hungary, and the geology of this particular cave.
    We saw ancient fossilized sea shells, heard her sing a Hungarian song in the "theater" and at one point, all shut off our lights and attempted to navigate a section blinded. Unfortunately, I had to cheat for a ...

    Day 38 & 39: Synagogue Triangle!

    A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 11, 2014

    13 photos

    ... Cluj-Napoca is quite green and full of hills. We passed by some run down towns (some had a bunch of chairs amidst a field of tall grass – I assumed that to be the old station).

    We found a cheap hotel to stay near the train station since we are only staying a couple nights before moving on to Bucharest. I’m restless to go walking and exploring tomorrow after having sat on a train for 8-9 hours.

    - Ryan L.