Vis Vitalis Medical Wellness Hotel

Szabadsag ut 102, Budapest, 2144, Hungary | 3 star spa
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Budapest

A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 30, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

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The next day I went to Heroes' Square to see the Millennium Monument and wandered around the lake in City Park. In winter the lake is an ice-skating rink. I walked through the grounds of Vajdahunyad Castle. Budapest has vast thermal springs at a temperature of between 21 - 76 degrees Celsius. I went to the Szechenyi Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool, which has 21 pools. Szechenyi is the only "old" medicinal ...

Freezing frog

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 04, 2014

3 comments, 34 photos

... the virtual toll vignette can be done mostly in English the fine print on how they actually enforce the system is mostly in Hungarian. I assume it is done with CCTV, but who knows. Only the Hungarians know. As you might know Hungarian is an odd language unrelated to any other European language other than distantly to Finnish, which is another odd language too. The current thinking is that folks from the central Asian steppe entered Europe ...

Christkindlmarkt Galore! München

A travel blog entry by collettetamla on Dec 01, 2013

12 photos

... been to a traditional German beer festival.

After exploring Munich City centre, we took the U-Bahn to the English Gardens, supposedly the largest urban park in Europe. With the expert navigation skills from Sam and Matt we ended up heading the wrong direction meaning we had to walk further through the gardens to our destination - the Chinese Tower. However it ended up being a blessing in disguise, as the walk was really nice and we got to take in a good view ...

Dance My Legs, Dance It Now

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Sep 24, 2013

15 photos

... along the Danube for a time, coming to the Chain Bridge, rebuilt after WWII. In fact all the bridges across the Danube connecting Buda and Pest had to be rebuilt after being bombed during WWII by the Nazi forces as they withdrew from Budapest and the Russian advanced on the city. I am surprised that St. Stephen’s Basilica was not destroyed or damaged during the war and Soviet occupation. It is enormous ...

From 'Pest to the 'Fest

A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward on Sep 04, 2013

347 photos

... making the view not as good.

Next stop was the Mathias Church, which has mosaic patterns all over it. This stop concluded our tour, but Cam and I then went and visited the Fisherman's Bastion on the way home too.

All up the tour took three hours and by the end of it, our feet were dead. So we spent the rest of that evening enjoying cheap food and listening to live music at this little summer festival they were holding.

On the way home, we also caught ...