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  • Short Trip to Budapest Shows Off City's Sights View across Danube to Pest When I got the telephone call Sunday night, I knew our trip to Hungary would not go as planned. Scott and Gale were to fly the next day on Malev Airlin Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jul 30, 2019
  • Tinder, tailor, soldier, BadooAfter we woke up at 5pm we went searching for a ruin pub called Szimpla. Somehow I managed to set wrong destination and after half an hour of walking we found ourselves 2km away from the pub. So we went Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 12, 2019
  • The longest dayOur bus leaves from Krakow before midnight, The FlixBus ticket says it will arrive in Budapest at 07:10am, but when hit the Nepliget station it's only 05:40am. This must be the record, the ride through Slovakia was bumpy as hell. Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 10, 2019
  • Last day in BudapestWhile we were out the day before, Gwen's oven had been repaired. Thursday morning we woke to the lovely aroma of fresh baked scones! I attempted to help out by making an omelette, which turned into scrambled eggs. After Posted by 60Day Gailstorm in Sure, Why Not? | Jun 15, 2019
  • Day 3: BudapestUpdate: It is still really hot. That breaking news out of the way, we started the day with breakfast in the apartment. After that we walked about half a mile to Deak Square where we met our bus and Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jun 14, 2019
  • Buda, Pest, and Pest BudaBy Wednesday morning I was feeling ready to see more of Budapest. The weather was not much better, with rain on and off all day. We hadn’t been to the synagogue before, so Gwen took us there and left the Posted by 60Day Gailstorm in Sure, Why Not? | Jun 14, 2019
  • Day 2: BudapestToday is our first full day in hot and humid Budapest. We started the day with pastries at a bakery across the street from the apartments where we are staying. We each had a cherry and cheese Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jun 13, 2019
  • On to BudapestWe were up very early Monday morning and, in their typical customer service fashion, the hotel had breakfast available early. They had also arranged for a taxi to the airport for us. Okay, so they forgot our wake up call, Posted by 60Day Gailstorm in Sure, Why Not? | Jun 12, 2019
  • Day 1: Safe Arrival To BudapestNo photos and a short blog today on our arrival to Budpest. Our flight left Chicago about an hour late so we were about an hour late to Budapest. It was a decent fight although the entertainment selection Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jun 12, 2019
  • BudapestWe had a bit of a wasted day, as you do when you travel, bussing it to Budapest from Prague. Not much to say about the day, very pretty countryside though. On arrival in Budapest around 4.30pm they dropped us straight Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jun 10, 2019
  • Long Travel Day and NightWhile Ken and I have had some great adventures on our own and a few with others, this is a special trip as we will be able to spend it with some of our family. For the first part, Posted by jlb43409 in Family time in Budapest and Italy | May 22, 2019
  • Last day in Budapest I decided it would make no difference to my leg to sit in the room with my leg up or sit in a cafe with my leg up on a chair, so we headed out for an afternoon lemonade. Steve Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 21, 2019
  • Moved to a Budapest hotelAs planned, the doctor discharged me today; however, we had hoped to be going directly from the hospital to the airport. Instead, the flights will be on Wednesday. So we are staying in a nice apartment with a separate bedroom Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 20, 2019
  • Still in the Budapest hospitalWell, I have been cleared for flying on Monday. We are waiting to hear the flight details that are being arranged. This a pic of a breakfast the other day; in fact, with a boiled egg, this was the best breakfast Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 18, 2019
  • Budapest hospitalMy second leg surgery will be tomorrow at noon. We are very optimistic for a great result and return home as soon as possible. In the meantime, it is interesting that hospital patients here are required to purchase or bring their Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 14, 2019
  • Hospital and surgeryAt the Pëterfy Kórház emergency hospital in Budapest. For the most part, the staff seem nice. Not very many speak English, but with Google translate, we are getting by. First surgery yesterday was to clear the infection. On Wednesday I will Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 13, 2019
  • Staying in BudapestThe hospital had said to have the bandage changed and the drain removed in 2-3 days. We’d planned on Sunday , but my leg was swelling in the too-tight bandage and there was some blood seepage, so we made an Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 12, 2019
  • Convalescing at Eszter’s Laundry and resting today. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 10, 2019
  • Balaton Lake to BudapestAfter breakfast we headed to the train to travel back to Budapest. The plan was to stay one night in a nice hotel, have a traditional Hungarian meal at a restaurant recommended by Rick Steves (the Hungarikum) and spend Friday Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 9, 2019
  • More Balaton LakeMostly lazy days; enjoying the pool and saunas and braving the cold and windy weather for a walk around. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/933508/3F6A6522-25 Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 9, 2019
  • Balaton Lake, HungaryWe had the option to stay on board as long as we liked as long as we exited our rooms by 8:30 am. So finished packing and went for breakfast; then hung out in the lounge watching the pouring rain Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 6, 2019
  • HungarySo today we skipped the excursion, which was described as a visit to a Puszta Farm to “enjoy a traditional Hungarian horse show with product tastings”. We are pretty sure the “product” was beverage related and not horse. That risk Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 5, 2019
  • Goulash, chicken paprikash and a new caseAfter checking out at 10 I walked down the road to a shopping mall to buy a new big case. I had thought of just wrapping my case in black tape as a temporary measure just to get all my Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Apr 14, 2019
  • Castle Hill explorationsYesterday I relaxed all day, following the cricket - the first day of the 4th Ashes Test. I couldn't stop grinning at Stuard Broad's heroics!After another excellent performance by England today, we almost certain to win this match and therefore Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Apr 5, 2019
  • Hailstorm in the heat of August...!The morning started the sight of a boat in the shape of a sightseeing bus going down the Danube... [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/961215/a88cc7c0-4fee-11e9-a2d8-f724f3c68b21.JPG thumb=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/961215/thumb_a88cc7c0-4f Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Mar 26, 2019
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