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Travel Blogs from Budapest
While it was time to say goodbye to Vienna - a city that quickly became one of our favorites - we were excited to head to the train station to meet up with Chandra, Tara and Tejas and travel together to Budapest, and then on to Serbia.
Initially, not thrilled with the idea of lugging all our bits across cobblestone streets and through the …
The tour this morning was on the Pest side of the city. Yesterday's and today's tour was part of a Tourist Board card that we bought. It covers all public transport, discounts to many venues, and two free walking tours with a guide. About 20 English speakers from various parts of the world were in our group and both mornings a very bright and …
So the sun is out today, and after all the rain yesterday, everything seems clean. It's cold though.
Our first destination was the Budapest Castle complex, which dominates the Buda side of this city. We joined a 10am tour involving about 3km of walking along cobbled roads admiring old buildings and hearing the impact of the various wars …
Margaret left very early for her train back to Graz, straight back to a rehearsal. We will miss her.
We were more leisurely and took the metro to our 'international bus' mid morning. The day got wetter and by the time we got to Budapest (3 hour trip) it was dark and gloomy and wet. We had completely forgotten the Budapest public transport …
After such a miserable, dull, cloudy grey stay at home sort of day yesterday, today dawned crisp and clear and blue-sky sunny (or at least that was how it was when we got out of bed - which was certainly not at dawn!)
First thing we took a bus across the Danube to Buda and walked up to the Citadella at Gellert Hill. The views across to …
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed