Wellnesshotel Aranyhomok

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

    Revfulop, Keszthely, & train hell at Lake Balaton

    A travel blog entry by corinneh2k on Aug 03, 2012

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... it was back to my nice quiet room for a good night’s sleep.

    The following morning I checked in to the hostel down the street, which I was looking forward to after spending two lonely dinners on the two previous evenings. However, upon checking in I learnt that there were 40 Hungarian Scouts staying at the hostel, so that was about 80% of the hostel! Everyone else looked to be Hungarian families on their holidays! Great! It was at this ...

    Warm Water and Water Lilies

    A travel blog entry by sisters2010 on Nov 10, 2010

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... a salt cave, infrared sauna and a very vigorous whirlpool. 'Too soon we had to leave to meet Laci and go for sausage and more gelato. We tried a dark Belgian chocolate gelato that was almost black it was so dark and rich very delicious. Then we tried Hungarian obos torte that is a famous multi-layered cake with light chocolate creamy filling, a hard sugary top crust and ground hazelnuts around the ...

    What's better then a ATM? A Milkomat of course!

    A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Aug 21, 2010

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... and on the road pretty quick this morning. Apart from a few short stops in Norway and one in Finland we have been on the move and camping out for close to two months now. I’m well ready to live in a house for a while and sleep in a good bed for a few nights but I’m also a bit sad this chapter of the year is ending, and when Nina is running so well too, I don’t love her but our friendship has been reconciled. She has been going so, so well, ...

    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 ...