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  • Basecamp BudapestBecause it was late in the afternoon when I arrived, I had to spend at least one night in the hostel, so the owner moved me back into the main building, much to my relief. I ended up having quite Posted by Gotmybindle in Got My Bindle | May 26, 2012
  • Auf wiedersehen ViennaI had a few hours to spare before my train to Budapest, so after eating breakfast at my hostel, I headed off towards the historical centre. I started at the museum quarter and slowly made my way around the ring. Posted by Gotmybindle in Got My Bindle | May 25, 2012
  • Vienna, Buda, & Pest[ Posted by mands186 in Mind The Gap | May 15, 2012
  • for HUNGARYIt's already not a dream but half-plan. I'm thinking about a week off Vienna and this time Budapest is constantly winking. Actually, why not? I heared lots of compliments to Bdpst from another travelers, so my light scepticism a bit melted (an i Posted by vanessa in The Travel Bug | May 13, 2012
  • A Taste Of BudapestThree nights isn't enough in Budapest. I know that now. In fact I think I knew it as soon as I stepped off the train. The place was filthy. The main station looked rusted as if it would collapse at Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 20, 2012
  • BudapestHaving narrowly escaped certain abduction at Budapest airport, we arrived safely at our accomodation in the Jewish quarter of Budapest. No sooner had we checked in, we were greeted by the affable Lajos who, in his navy BMW, sped us Posted by Oleus in We went to Europe, just Kirstie and Me | Dec 18, 2011
  • BudapestOct 11 Tues - Day 21 View over the Danube from our room  is to the flat or Pest part of Budapest. Buda is built on the hilly side   Magnificent buildings that we drove past on our 3 hour bus tour this Posted by suengarry in Europe Sep - Oct 2011 | Oct 11, 2011
  • Prague to BudapestOct 10 Mon -  Day 20 Prague to Budapest Had a superb silver service dinner last night with chefs promotion of venison and quail. Including a good merlot the 3 course meal cost $57 dollars each. Waiters were amazing with everything done in Posted by suengarry in Europe Sep - Oct 2011 | Oct 10, 2011
  • Spokin' aboutBudapest, Day 1. We arrive at the train station after 7 hours (from Prague), feeling a little weary. Not really in the mood for waiting in long, slow lines with our packs - the wrong lines, two of them - trying Posted by Spookworld in Eurotramp | Sep 12, 2011
  • Budapest Now we are in Budapest! As far as the language goes, I struggle even to pronounce the Hungarian version of "thank you". But apart from that, this is a great place to visit. Around where we're staying is a good Posted by Spookworld in Eurotramp | Sep 11, 2011
  • Hungary, the short versionI just spent ages typing up a nice blog and adding pictures. Then the internet went down and it was all lost, so here's a short version of our Hungarian adventure: We left Romania and found a random campsite. We got Posted by The Minion in Motorcycle Adventure Tour | Jul 9, 2011
  • Budapest, not a pest!Hello from Pest! We have now been here for 3 days and have done all manner of things. We arrived at the airport about 11, and it was BOILING! Two people on our transfer told us that it was 32 degrees, and Posted by daisyaj in our bonanza travel around the Balkans | Jun 18, 2011
  • Budapest: A City of Two HalvesWe swiftly regretted our decision to take the night train to Budapest. Our seats proved to be pretty uncomfortable for the 14 hour journey, even though they did recline - a bit - and the seats opposite were free for Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | May 11, 2011
  • Bloomin' Lovely Budapest Just getting ready to head to Budapest station to catch our next train in the journey. This one is an over-nighter through to Brasov in Romania (In the province of Transylvania...hello Drac!) Budapest is absolutely stunningly is an immen Posted by AOGardner in The Great Railway Journey | Apr 28, 2011
  • Heading towards Hungarian GoulashYou may or may not have noticed but I tend to mentally file countries according to the national (or most featured) food... Paris-macaroons & croissants , Munich-beer & sausage, Vienna-schnitzel & coffee and Budapest-pork and paprika goulash. Not sure abou Posted by AOGardner in The Great Railway Journey | Apr 26, 2011
  • Budapest travelreportHi everyone! I'm back from a totally amazing weekend in beautiful Budapest, the capital of Hungary, and here is my report. Participants: my boyfriend (Jürgen, lives in Stockholm, Sweden), Per (a friend to us that lives in Vienna, Austria) an Posted by aggro in Clara's travel blog | Feb 28, 2011
  • Know what's weird? I just inhaled and smelt burnt plastic.Oh my... So much. Three days?! Internet, I love you!!! Not that it was at all bad having our very own private flat for three days, and some real down time sans internet, but it has definitely set us back Posted by ctruj in Adventures in Foreign Lands | Jan 23, 2011
  • Now it smells not-so-burnt-plastic, but more lavender. view from our window We've decided to have a quote for the day and today's was "Regular sex is so boring.", which was Posted by ctruj in Adventures in Foreign Lands | Jan 20, 2011
  • Planes, Trains and Confined Spaces "No more chard for you drunky!", is the quote for the day...and a half? We just arrived at our hostel after countless hours on planes, confined to small teeny tiny spaces, next to lady who dr Posted by ctruj in Adventures in Foreign Lands | Jan 19, 2011
  • Dot on Etyek, HungaryUnlike France, Italy and Spain, Hungarian wines may be unfamiliar to many non- Europeans, but Hungary's viticulture has a long history. Like an episode from James Michener's novel 'Poland,' the Hungarian wine was said to have become a favorite Posted by Etsuko in Dots on the Map | Jan 10, 2011
  • English tea in a Hungarian pubThanks to British ex-pats everywhere, tired and thirsty tourists can be sure to find a pub on a cold and wet day anywhere. So after purchasing a container of Hungarian paprika just as Budapest's Nagycsarnok marketplace was closing and Posted by MBandDavid in Traverse: A travel diary | Sep 22, 2010

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