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Welcome to another post of helping a reader travel! As I’ve mentioned before, I have not been to every destination (unfortunately), but do get questions from friends and other blog readers on all sort of travel destination questions. Thus far, we’ve been able to help other readers travel to Maui, The Greek Islands, Pacific Coast Highway, Argentina /Buenos Aires, Costa Rica, Cape Cod & The Islands, Iceland, Geneva, Canadian Rockies, Rome, Israel, Peru / Inca Trail, Stockholm, Chicago, Paris, Hanoi, Austin, Puerto Rico, Bruges, Salzburg, Istanbul, Las Vegas, Jamaica, India/Golden Triangle, Auckland, Singapore, Moscow, The Oregon Coast, Seattle, Portland, and Hawaii Islands, Alaska Skiing, Brazil, and Prague.
So this weeks travel destination includes Budapest. After the last post on Prague, I had a few readers inquiring about other cities nearby. I received the following email from reader Michelle:
“I’m planning on visiting a few countries in Eastern Europe at the end of the summer and have been told that going to Budapest is a must-do. I’d love to use my Marriott points assuming it is a decent hotel in a good location. It is a category 6 hotel so I am still weighing my options. Does anyone have any other hotel recommendations? Additionally, aside from where to stay, how many days would you recommend? My schedule is pretty flexible as I have not booked my flights yet and can take up to two weeks off. Any other day trips to areas outside of Budapest, but in Hungry? Thanks for all the recommendations, I am very excited for this trip!”
If you’ve ever been to Prague please help out reader Michelle by commenting below.
Also, if you have any upcoming travel where you need some help, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to be a featured “Help a Reader Travel” Monday special. Thanks!