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  • BudapestOn our first day back in London we decided to take a walk around the Kings Cross area. There has been quite a bit of development around there. We also stopped off to see Platform 9 3/4 which was a Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Aug 26, 2018
  • HungaryOur stop in Hungary was brief, just two nights, giving us one full day to enjoy the town of Eger. After a breakfast of coffee and Kakaós Csiga (looks like a cinnamon swirl but with chocolate), we spent a morning Posted by aliceandguy in Return of the Gav | Aug 11, 2018
  • BudapestWe flew to Budapest in Hungary and stayed for a few days. It was a nice place but there were parts that needed to be upgraded. I liked watching the sun set when we were on top of the hill looking Posted by MilaMoo10 in Mila Moo's Big World Holiday 2018 | Aug 6, 2018
  • Off to BudapestWe flew from Bergen to Budapest. The flight was three hours. I found that there were some really nice parts of Budapest but there was also areas that needed to be upgraded. People dont seem to clean up their dogs Posted by KO Niko in KO Niko's Big World Trip 2018 | Aug 6, 2018
  • Budha + the Gogga =We didn’t spend much time in Budapest as we wanted to arrive in Croatia for the World Cup finals. Budapest has a lot of potential, here is a glimpse. Holy Trinity Statue with St. Matthias Church behind. St. Matthias Church on Posted by steven1600 in The Trambunctious Leporine 2018 | Jul 16, 2018
  • BudapestWoke up to another beautiful day with the sun shining in yet another country-Hungary -our 4 th country in a week! [img= Posted by Eryl_ in Vienna in Style 2018 | Jul 15, 2018
  • BudapestThis city is spectacular, we will definitely be back. The buildings are amazing and that alone sets this city front and center. The beer was good and cheap, the food was good but bland and the people we met were Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Jul 7, 2018
  • Budapest- Day 2We were all hit by a bit of jet lag so we had a slow morning and late start to our 2nd day (1st full day :) ) in Budapest. We were awoken by the loud sounds of airplanes and Posted by akayrusso in Lilyana & Emmalin Travel the World | Jun 24, 2018
  • Introduce Yourself AgainAfter the flow of your days gets you lost and gets you to start thinking all over again, "What am I doing?" you would wonder, introduce yourself to a new fella. Remember who you are, describe yourself, and tell them Posted by Majdjh in Travel... Breathe | Jun 20, 2018
  • Budapest v2May 15-18, 2018 This morning, our boat completed the journey to Budapest. While we were still cruising between Bratislava and Budapest, Adrian, the cruise director, gave an hour-long presentation on what it was like growing up under Communist rule. Posted by HosMiniTravels in Cruising the Rhine and Danube | Jun 5, 2018
  • Buda(Danube)Pest who knew?Another drive another flight. Exhausted from so many hours on the go, we were both asleep before we even left the tarmack. Asleep that is until a bloody group of lads on a bloody stag do starting singing at the Posted by Zoemirandarose in Baz and Zo take on the world | May 29, 2018
  • Medical update!At the airport in Budapest. So far, no medical issues to report for this trip! Posted by Mike and Sue in 2 Swans in Europe 2018 | May 24, 2018
  • Beautiful Budapest Well bloggers, this is the final one for this trip as we commence the long journey home early tomorrow Hungarian time. However, we will go back a day when we rode the train from Praha to here. Took over 7 hours Posted by Mike and Sue in 2 Swans in Europe 2018 | May 24, 2018
  • Baths of Budapest Budapest is one of my favourite cities (as opposed to favourite countries, Croatia ... until it started raining, remember?) ... hence a second visit. Nice buildings (like many other great cities of the world). But the difference here is the Posted by alexchan in 2002 Russia & Europe via Lebanon & Syria | May 12, 2002
  • Day 13We were greeted by another bright sunny morning. We decided to spend the day touring Buda Castle on the West side of the Danube River. We were able to walk to our Hop On/Hop Posted by A-RPoulton in European Vacation 2 - 2018 | May 6, 2018
  • Day 12We woke today to a bright sunny morning. After breakfast we walked to a hair salon that we looked up on the internet. It was a short walk of five blocks. When we got there the stylist asked us Posted by A-RPoulton in European Vacation 2 - 2018 | May 5, 2018
  • Day 11This morning we were surprised to find a car parked behind ours in front of our apartment with licence plates from Russia. Since this is something we Canadians seldom see, I thought I would share this picture. [img= Posted by A-RPoulton in European Vacation 2 - 2018 | May 4, 2018
  • Facebook entries from BudapestBudapest...Two years ago I spent an exhausting week here. Exhausting because it was July, and the temperatures wavered between 36 and 42 degrees C. This week should average 25 degrees C. and that makes me happy. I have already blogged Posted by astrix7 in There´s a Few More Places To Tick Off The List ... | May 16, 2017
  • Budapest Art Nouveaux / Art Deco Museum....I had to dig deep to find my first special place to visit in Budapest, but it was worth it because I really did enjoyed the time I spent there fossicking through the three floors of beautiful furniture and decorative Posted by astrix7 in There´s a Few More Places To Tick Off The List ... | May 16, 2017
  • What makes Budapest Special?Yesterday I went looking for some of the things that make Budapest a beautiful city, with an identity all of its own. In the blogs I did on my visit 2 years ago I covered the spectacular sights on Heroes Posted by astrix7 in There´s a Few More Places To Tick Off The List ... | May 17, 2017
  • ¨Took all the trees and put em in a tree museum¨In her song ¨Big yellow taxi¨, Joni Mitchell wrote the line ¨they took all the trees and put em in a tree museum, then they charged all the people a dollar and a half just to see em¨. In 1991 Posted by astrix7 in There´s a Few More Places To Tick Off The List ... | May 18, 2017
  • Something is happening here, but you don´t .....There is something about Budapest that triggers in me lines from songs. Today I left ¨My house in Budapest, my hidden treasure chest¨...and went to what I thought was going to be a highlight of the 22nd Budapest Museum festival Posted by astrix7 in There´s a Few More Places To Tick Off The List ... | May 19, 2017
  • "96 is a special number in Hungary"There is a bylaw in the Budapest building code that prevents a building being over 96 metres high. There are only two buildings that reach that height in Budapest. One is the dome of Saint Stephens' Basilica, and the other Posted by astrix7 in Europe 2015 | Jul 22, 2015
  • Adam and Eve as you've never seen them before....On two different days I visited the Hungarian National Museum, and the Hungarian National Gallery. I wasn't very impressed with the Museum, but thoroughly enjoyed the Gallery. The most impressive thing about the Museum I thought was the purpose built Posted by astrix7 in Europe 2015 | Jul 23, 2015
  • Budapest takes it to another level....The last three days have been full of the highs and lows of travelling. The nine hour train journey from Belgrade to Budapest should have been a pleasant day relaxing in a comfortable airconditioned carriage watching the world go Posted by astrix7 in Europe 2015 | Jul 18, 2015
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