Hotel Saint Adalbert

Szent Istvan Ter 10., Esztergom, 2500, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esztergom

Budapest: home of the Sexy Tractor

A travel blog entry by jkodai on Sep 03, 2013

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We left Friday evening after work, the bus came at about 7pm Friday night and after 12 hours of buses, trains, subways, and walking we were finally in Budapest at 9:30am on Saturday morning. We had originally made reservations at the most hilariously named hostel, the Sexy Tractor. After a frustrating time trying to figure out how to first find, and then use the subway system in Hungary, we finally found what we were looking for. The ...

Day 6 Europe: Budapest Hungry; regroup

A travel blog entry by 2walkingabout on Jun 28, 2013

6 photos

... carpets with an array of patterns and colours. It seems like they shouldn't fit but they do beautifully. We were thinking of u Bianca! The neo-gothic Fishermans bastion is expensive but has glorious views of the Danube and Pest and a 4 piece Hungarian gypsy band play just next to you. Just in case we forgot we were in Europe the heavens opened (proper) and we got drenched and lost trying to find a thermal bath that was sadly closed. But no ...

Donauradweg; Komárom to Esztergom 57km

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 26, 2013

44 photos

May 26, 2013

Komárom to Esztergom 57 km, 1163 km total
14C cloudy

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Double ensuite 12820 HUF ($57) per night
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Day Trip One- Szentendre, Hungary

A travel blog entry by lvboldt on May 19, 2013

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Today was our first of two day trips. A student helped take some of us to a little town north of Budapest called Szentendre. It is known for its "open air museum" which is basically a large fenced in area that is a collection of houses from all over Hungary and from all different time periods. It was about an hour bus ride to get there and then an hour bus ride to get back to Budapest when we ...

En route to Vienna

A travel blog entry by j-mac17 on Oct 18, 2012

5 comments, 4 photos

Our cruise has started, after a very busy day in Budapest. A bus took us to the statue of Liberty high above Budapest, en route to the Szechenyi Baths. The bath house is an ornate late 19th century building with about 30 different pools as well as several saunas. Budapest has natural hot springs and the hot mineral water is reputedly good for back and joint pain and other ailments. The pools range from about 20C to 38C, with some ...

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