Wellnesshotel Aranyhomok

Address: Kossuth ter 3., Kecskemet, H-6000, Hungary | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Kossuth ter 3., Kecskemet, is near Kecskemét Town Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Kecskemet

    Back to Budapest I Go

    A travel blog entry by laurie-shawn on May 14, 2013

    31 photos

    ... animated conversation. As more joined in they were happily greeted with enthusiastic handshakes & kisses on both cheeks. I delighted in their delight!

    The next morning, after a renewing Ayurvedic massage, I hit the streets & the tram to travel to the Buda side of the river. I was on a mission - first to find an electronics store and then to discover a new neighborhood. Oh, but first a cafe & pastry. ...

    Revfulop, Keszthely, & train hell at Lake Balaton

    A travel blog entry by corinneh2k on Aug 03, 2012

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... the 30 degree heat. And when I got there, they just gave me a leaflet and told me to try ringing some of the hotels listed. But when I rang, they either didn’t speak English or were full. I felt like crying! But I didn’t give up! I walked about another 1km to a hostel which was in the Lonely Planet but whose phone number wasn’t working and I prayed that they would have a bed…and hallelujah, praise the lord they had a bed! I was ...

    Budapest or Bust

    A travel blog entry by holoholo on Sep 28, 2010

    16 photos

    ... the next day down the Danube River, which splits the formerly independant cities of Buda on the western bank, and Pest on the eastern. There are a lot of interesting communist era historical sights, an amzing palace, loads of beautiful old churches, temples and mosques, and also the baths for which Budapest is well known. ...

    Try Saying That 3 Times Fast (or Once)

    A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 29, 2010

    56 photos

    ... modest pews and altars.

    Even the layouts were unusual. The Reformed Church had a second level of pews over one of the aisles, like in the neolog synagogues I've seen, and an elliptical interior. The Reformed Great Church was arranged in the shape of a T, rather than a cross, with the T "wings" containing more pews, rather than any sort of altars. I'd assume the lack of decoration and rejection of standard cathedral forms was due to the churches being Calvinist rather then Catholic.
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    Yee ha!

    A travel blog entry by maddinames on May 03, 2010

    3 photos

    ... To put it briefly we didn't make it, as Hungarian signs and especially distances written on them can be a bit misleading. Luckily after our first walk round in a circle through the puszta we met two boys in a horse drawn cart, who told us that the direction we'd been headed in initially was right, and that we would have just to continue for a little longer, ca. 2 km, to arrive at a restaurant from where it was another 2 km to the actual ...