Locust Tree Apartments

Address: 1074 Akacfa utca, Budapest, 1072, Hungary | 3 star hotel
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      Not Enough Time in One Day

      A travel blog entry by traveldestinee on Sep 16, 2013

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... talking. It made me feel like I really was in Rome. I'm glad to announce that I am almost 100% better. I have coughing spell in the mornings and then sometimes during the day but it's so much better than it was before. But my poor roommate is super sick and a bunch of others are getting sick. So, hopefully I won' recatch anything and hopefully they all get better. So thanks for your prayers! Rome is beautiful and I am so excited I get to spend my birthday here! Time is flying by!! That's it for now ... and cruising

      A travel blog entry by roamingpirate on Jul 27, 2013

      15 photos

      ... of two towns on either side of the Danube River, Buda and Pest became one city in 1873. Buda, which is green and hilly, is the more upscale residential side of the city where the old castle still stands. Pest's beautiful buildings and interesting churches looked very exciting as we drove past cute bridges toward our hotel. A quick change into a dress for our fancy evening out and we were off on the bud once again with our local guide showing us all the sights and historical ...

      Donauradweg; Szentendre to Budapest 31km

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 29, 2013

      24 photos

      ... Her work conjures up emotion, laughter and wonder ! Five years before she died in 1977, she donated works to the State and the museum was established. In 2010 more items were donated from her estate and the museum now chronicles her professional life which fills eleven rooms here. Photography was not permitted inside. But the website has images of the collection. ...