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Travel Blogs from Esztergom
... The Donau remained just out of sight behind continuous groves of riverfront trees.
Roman Camp Ruins of Kelemantia
And after about 5 km we passed the Kelemantia, an important archaeological site where a Roman military camp stood from the 2nd to the 4th centuries. This Roman settlement measured 175 x175m and had 20 towers and 4 gates. We saw some piles of stones and markers indicating where ...
... it had the names of people who died on the tree.
Side note- One awesome thing about Hungary is that, instead of fixing the ruins and abandoned buildings from the war, they turned them into ruin bars. Awesome.
One night Shelby and I went to the Buda side to eat dinner at the top of the hill. It consisted of fine, exquisite...pizza and wine. Ha. We lucked out because the restaurant beside ours had a classical band playing. It was the fanciest dinner ...
Today we planned to go to the town of Eztergom, which is about an hour outside Budapest, and the town where David's girlfriend, Timi lives. So, we arrived at Timi’s house without issue (Gina works in Hungary!) and had a lovely warm welcome from Timi and her family. Lee and David got on great, even though they hadn’t seen each other for 8 years, and it was like old times. Timi’s mum had baked these delicious cheese pastry bites which we munched ...
... right and centre, (that and a big red chair). Possibly still mesmerised by the hundreds of turbines still stretching into Hungary, in a heartbeat we were bearing down on the border which although still housing all the checkpoint posts, is virtually empty, spare a few currency exchangers and vignette sales huts.
Speaking of currency, Hungary whilst a member of the EU still retains its own called the Hungarian Forint and signals the need to try not to get ...
... Together they form the city of Budapest. I had expected a sharp contrast between the two sides but being there I would have been hard pressed to tell which side was old or new.
About 9:30 AM we left the ship and climbed on a tour bus for a city tour. Our first destination was Heroes' Square. This is a large open area with the Millennium Monument located at one end. The Millennium Monument was built in 1896 to commemorate the ...
Other places to stay in Esztergom
Szent Istvan Ter 10., Esztergom | Hotelfrom $55