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Upcoming Budapest/Prague/Berlin trip

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I have a trip planned for early September. I'm a "bang for your buck" kind of traveler (looking for clean, quiet, good location preferably with a little charm, doesn't have to be 4*, overly roomy or luxurious), and have checked reviews on Tripadvisor, Venere, Booking, etc, but very little info was found in these forums (which is my go to place for honest and accurate opinions and info) when I searched my specific hotel choices. The hotels are:
Budapest - Kapital Inn (3 nights)
Overnight on sleeper train to Prague
Prague - Hotel Pod Vezi (2 nights)
Berlin - Hotel Adelante Berlin-Mitte (4 nights)

Any thoughts or comments about these choices? The neighborhoods? Any restaurant recs in these cities?

We plan on taking some walking tours in each city. I was looking at the free ones offered by http://www.unitedeuropefreetours.com/. I was also looking at www.insidertour.com for additional Berlin tours.

We are walkers and like cities so look forward to lots of exploring.

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