Alfa Hotel

Address: Tihanyi Arpad u. 23, Gyor, 9023, Hungary | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Tihanyi Arpad u. 23, Gyor, is near Pannonhalma Abbey.
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Travel Blogs from Gyor

Bus to Vienna, st Stephens, tel aviv, opera

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jun 30, 2015

... lunch at Demel cafe which just happened to be super awesome founded in 1888 and lots of cake!!! We had the on starting with S that Vienna is famous for. Chocolate and apricot jam or something. Then met chao outside Demel and he took us walking around, ice cream, museums quarter , around the museums, etc. Then through N.... Market which had cool food too but unfortunately we weren't hungry. Great felafel! Then caught train to Tel Aviv beach on ...

Bus to Vienna, st Stephens, tel aviv, opera

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jun 30, 2015

... lunch at Demel cafe which just happened to be super awesome founded in 1888 and lots of cake!!! We had the on starting with S that Vienna is famous for. Chocolate and apricot jam or something. Then met chao outside Demel and he took us walking around, ice cream, museums quarter , around the museums, etc. Then through N.... Market which had cool food too but unfortunately we weren't hungry. Great felafel! Then caught train to Tel Aviv beach on ...

Tour of Budapest

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jun 28, 2015

4 comments, 9 photos

... pics, the movie camera was working so this special visit will be included in the final movie. Wei also went to the stunning Mathias church on Castle Hill. After lunch back on the ship we set sail for Vienna. On the way we passed Esztergom which was the main residence of the rulers of Hungary over a 1000 years ago. The ruined palace ...

On our way to Prague

A travel blog entry by debclarke on Jun 26, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

... cellists a flautist, oboe, piano drums and soprano, tenor and 2 ballet dancers. It was magical. Truly magical. The absolute best part of Vienna by far. We then had a lovely surprise when we returned to our room to find we'd been invited to the Captains table for the farewell dinner. Especially exciting considering La Capitan didn't speak much English and probably didn't know us from the next gorgeous couple of Aussie ...

Another lesson in Hungarian history

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on May 08, 2015

6 photos

... into a military complex with fortifications (several forts, and long fortified lines between the rivers). First it was to defend against Napoleon as the Hapsburg's moved their court to the town for several months after the fall of Vienna, then it was further fortified after the Hungarian revolt in the 1850s to keep the Hungarian's pacified. It was actually the site of the most successful campaigns of the Hungarian revolt, delivering ...