Hotel Oktav

Wesselenyi utca 35-39, Esztergom, 2509, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esztergom

Getting around town

A travel blog entry by ericandrod


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Well, Rod is on is way to YVR, Judy is manning the fort and looking after Monster Kayha and I'm going to sleep soon so...

Tomorrow, no big plans, making a list of the must sees before Rod gets here, not that I don't have an idea about that already!

Time to sleep so here are some words of wisdom, if you are reading this, and don't even think about the phonetics...

Jo ejszakat


Donauradweg; Komárom to Esztergom 57km

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... pretty decent, cheese omelets, fried eggs with bacon were added to our customary fare. No dark bread though.

Junko and Hiro must have read up on the Fort Monostor. "It is a very important fortification", Junko said with the hope that we all would be as enthused as she was. I waited for reaction of everyone else. We had already discussed stopping at the Fort when we rode near it the day before ...

Buda-Pest, a lesson in hospitality & history

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels


A great friend, Gareth, introduced me to contacts of his in Budapest. I accepted their third invitation to stay! I hate burdening people and so had turned down their kind offer twice, but when they asked a third time I felt that it was only polite to accept. As it resulted, I would have been crazy not to have spent time Martijn and Vera. Though they provided me with a fabulous & entire guest floor with en-suite bathroom & separate access in one of the best ...


A travel blog entry by rob-lowe


... daily distance and walked up the stairs of my hostel bow
legged and stinking. Whilst enjoying the greatest shower of my life I
realized,except for a chilly dip in the Danube, I hadnt washed since
I walked the streets Allan free - it felt so good to be off
him. I sat in bars and ate kebabs whilst my legs twitched. I really
appreciate the small things in life when back amongst them. A chair and
table, running water, a toilet, bed, a ...

En route to Vienna

A travel blog entry by j-mac17


... others much larger. I liked the one with the current that pulled us around in a ring the best. We each had a separate change room, accessed by a wrist band linked to a specific room.
We spent about 2 hours at the hot springs,, then our bus took us back to the ship with sightseeing along the way. I would have liked to have visited the House of Horror, which deals with the 1956 Hungarian Uprising and the torture of Hungarians ...


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