Atrium Hotel

Address: Izsaki Utca 70, Kecskemet, 6000, Hungary | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Izsaki Utca 70, 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

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... the set and props. Well, of course, a few words translated - STELL LAAAA! Ha! I was filled up by the beauty of it.

I was ready to return to our tiny little village of Kanjiza by the time my three days were up. The city seemed a little more busy and hectic than usual and I longed for the quiet. That said, I
will always have a soft spot for Budapest and I am certain I will return.

Ciao for now, Budapest.
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Eurotrippin

A travel blog entry by pilgrimdiaries on Jul 02, 2011

117 photos

... i was reunited with a girl i met in morroco (Bec Fong- an aussie from townsville). Together we couchsurfed with the lovely Florian in Berlin.

Holland- couchsurfing at a frat house in Amsterdam

Belgium- volunteering at "shangri-lah, centre for inner peace" or "NOT yoga camp" with Bec Fong

England (midlands)- "Shambala" music festival (4 days) where I was working as a nurse in the first ...

Hmmmm are there any Dutch left in Holland???

A travel blog entry by youngadventure on Jul 31, 2010

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... Meran (before the blue green Algae) and the muddy murky quality and you would get the idea. Now everyone was swimming in this but really I think we have been spoilt by the lakes of Austria and Croatia and we really thought that the pool was the better option!! Turns out we were right as after talking to another Mum she let me know that the water was poor quality and that alot of the younger kids had gotten quite sick with gastro!! Good call!

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Naive Artists

A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 27, 2010

99 photos

... them were still decorated with murals, and the center was a very creative way to allow visitors to view them while still protecting the tombs from further damage.

Leaving Pecs having seen the majority of what I wanted, and just seconds before it started to pour rain, I headed across central Hungary to Kecskemét. For about half of the trip, I was on a secondary highway. It went through a long stretch of country fields, with a curtain ...

Yee ha!

A travel blog entry by maddinames on May 03, 2010

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... who were in the restaurant relaxing from their first of today's show, though seemed bored enough, were keen on our idea.

So in the end our puszta experience remained limited to walking along a few sandy tracks for several kms, seeing a herd of great horses and a few donkeys, sheep and traditional cattle around the farm, as well as a night in the tent under the stars. I guess that's actually not too bad after all. Of course not ...

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