Tag: Travel experience

Must see places in Budapest (Part 2)

Hungarian Parliament Out of the must see spots of Budapest is Hungarian Parliament. One shouldn’t miss this place, in fact it is difficult to miss it. It stands grandly on the banks of Danube river and is visible from any of the parallel bridges joining Buda and Pest region of Budapest.  In the above picture,

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A street in Budapest

Budapest can be described as extremely entertaining city and even I didn’t expect it while I was planning to visit it. The only reason why we ended up exploring Gozsdu Udvar court was due to its accessibility from Wombats City Hostel Budapest. Imagine a road that connects seven courtyards of seven buildings placed in a

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Benagil cave story!

Benagil Cave – Algar de Benagil is absolute must if you are planning a trip to Algarve region of Portugal. It is a place closer to Faro than Lagos. Benagil cave beach is unique as one can only stay on the beach inside the cave if one swims or kayaks till the cave. This naturally

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Riding towards Trümmelbach falls

After reaching Lauterbrunnen, we decided to take a break from biking.  Lauterbrunnen train station is the first thing we came across as we entered the town. When we reached Lauterbrunnen, we quickly realized it is popular spot with tourists as the area around the train station had many tourist buses and cars parked.We located a

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On our way to Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland – Part 2

(continuation from Part 1) We reached a place where we found an abandoned runway. Yes! Runway which is used by aeroplanes. The moment we were in in the outskirts of the city, our GPS and Google maps loving brains had taken over the faith on paper maps. But, these apps helped us (him) see an

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On our way to Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland – Part 1

​“Run.. Run”.. That’s what was on my mind as I was pacing towards the Lucerne train station. After a great breakfast at Monopol Hotel, (sister hotel of SwissAlpina) which is right in the front of the Lucerne station, it was difficult to not feel excited about the rest of my day. I have to admit when

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