Hotel Oktav

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

Yet another fabulous day.

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 14, 2015

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At the very last of today's ride we visited the 3rd largest basilica in Europe, in the town of Esztergom. Perched 100 meters above our docking station, I'm writing this during the ship's afternoon coffee and cake session and sneaking occasional peeks at the fantastical scenery. A thunderstorm lasting 10 minutes has just finished so the picture is even brighter than usual.
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Beautiful Budapest

A travel blog entry by trishfr on Dec 13, 2014

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... to the huge covered market which is in an old railway station. By this time we needed a hot mulled wine and a sit inside to thaw out. We wandered among the Tiver Danube and across the bridge. Then up the hillside near the vehicular track to reach the Castle again Here we came across some me with a couple of reindeer ... Yes the real life variety. A wander through the the castle grounds. Most of the castle was bombed ...

Auf Wiedershen Budapest.. Willkommen der Vienna

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on May 02, 2014

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... We were quite impressed with how we managed it so easily!! Train journey passed really quickly.. It was 3 hours in total. One little moment occurred, I thought there was a slight discrepancy over seats, when I noticed a gun in one of the guys pockets. What a fright I got, turned out it was just the police doing random checks! We got to vienna, and navigated the underground like pros.. Then made it to the hotel in no time. We dumped the luggage ...

Relaxing in the Hot Springs of Budapest

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Nov 16, 2013

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... all still half sleeping, but we couldn't wipe the stupid smiles off of our faces because we were THAT excited to go. We first walked into the Opera House and were in a way, shocked. It was a very beautiful building and was set up in a way that I have never seen before with all the little booths surrounding the stage. As a dancer myself, I was so excited to watch something that was so important and still hold close to my heart. When the show started none of us said a word and ...

Happy Communism

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Sep 13, 2013

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... in fact, did the community believe the story was true, a significant number of Hungarians created local campaigns to raise money for Isaura's release. Fortunately, the show ended on a happy note before any hard-earned money was wired to Brazil. However, even as a free girl, I have no doubt Isaura would have loved to receive that charitable donation.

Speaking of hard-earned money, with the Obamacare roll-out just weeks away at ...

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