Hotel Banderium

Address: Nam. M.R. Stefanika 11 , Komarno, Nitra, 945 01, Slovakia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Nam. M.R. Stefanika 11 , Komarno.
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Travel Blogs from Komarno

Tour of Budapest

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jun 28, 2015

4 comments, 9 photos

... by the magnificent domed cathedral. This basilica was consecrated in 1856. We also passed the town of Visegrad, the name means high castle. Tonight we had the captains welcome dinner, he presented all the ladies with along stem red rose and a glass of champagne. All the heads of staff were introduced and then we had a magnificent ...

On our way to Prague

A travel blog entry by debclarke on Jun 26, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

... see another church steeple and go hmmmm lovely, lets go pat that cute doggie in the cafe!! Europe is so old and delicate that one becomes quite blaze about the church steeples and gold fountains after the 66th :). We both admitted that we were surprised by our reactions to Vienna. Neither of us were really excited by the city. The only thing I did get excited about was the horse poo near the riding school but alas we ...

Vac to Esztergom - 43kms. Not!

A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 14, 2015

5 photos

... lady teamed up with us as she wasn't riding today either. We did a little bit of retail therapy at the markets and did our bit to keep the Hungarian economy ticking over. Then back onto the boat for coffee before going to tackle the suitcase. I have to try and condense it down a bit. It's amazing how much space a few extra plastic and paper bags take up! Once the boat docked in Esztergom we got our bikes and rode along the bike path for 6kms ...

Yet another fabulous day.

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 14, 2015

17 photos

... of the headwind. Zip. Nothing. A non-event. How wonderful. And the second it that notion of never being too tired to do something cool. As in, you ride into a wee town and get to the town square. Now most towns are a bit elevated, and those with regular bikes will admire the square, and possibly pop into the church for a quick look. Those with electric bikes will get to the square, see there may be something ...

Another lesson in Hungarian history

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on May 08, 2015

6 photos

... half of the 1800s, and never really used for defensive purposes again, but the largerst of the fortresses, the Monostori Erőd, that we toured is a huge facility, over 700 rooms, several kilometers of tunnels, and enclosing an area large enough to hold 1.5 football stadiums, so it did have continued uses. It was a staging point for Hungarian troops during the first world war, then served to hold Jews, gypsies and others being departed after ...