Hotel Karat

Address: Czuczor Gergely utca 54 , Komarom, 2900 , Hungary | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Czuczor Gergely utca 54 , Komarom.
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Travel Blogs from Komarom

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

Well we're now on the coach travelling through the Czech countryside listening to classical music. We've had a hilarious couple of days spent in Vienna and Budapest. Vienna was unfortunately wet when we visited but we did get a little break from the drizzle in the afternoon. The city itself is lovely with the same type of architecture as we've been seeing in the other cities. Admittedly we've been spoilt with such beauty ...

Vac to Esztergom - 43kms. Not!

A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 14, 2015

5 photos

... the room key and the boat was wanting to set sail but it was registering that we weren't on board. How embarrassed were we! We went and laid low in our cabin for a while! It took a while for us to live that down! It's Chin and Steven's last night on the boat. They are our table buddies. They are from Vancouver, originally from Taiwan. They're on their belated honeymoon. A lovely couple. We'll miss them tomorrow night as we'll be all on our ...

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

... As everyone else is the country was doing the same thing, the line was long but Annamarie got us all an invitation to jump past the line to a window that no one was using. It was a little embarrassing skipping ahead, but no one seemed to care and after we left the line did start using that window as well, so I suppose we helped everyone :)

We also made a new discovery as we walked from the metro station to our car parked at the ...