Hotel Saint Adalbert

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

Day trip to the Hungarian countryside

A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Aug 23, 2015

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... Visegrad castle sits high on the hill overlooking the town and the river, and is in a superb location. It is now just a ruin and unfortunately we were not able to explore it, but we were able to have lunch at a popular restaurant high on the hill and close by. While eating, we were serenaded by a trio comprising 2 violins and double bass who wandered from table to table playing a mix of music from Brahms Hungarian Dances to pop tunes, ...

Buda&Pest Night Version

A travel blog entry by trvlkvsk on Jan 22, 2015

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... the quieter side at night, and I spent half an hour walking from the riverside to the top of the hill which had the Fisherman's Bastion and the Mattias Cathedral. I had missed visiting the two sights on my first day even though they were just next to Buda Castle. At the top, I was able to see the whole of "Pest" lit up, even making the sky look kind of reddish. My Nikon could really capture the colour in the skies ...

Beautiful Budapest

A travel blog entry by goseedokids on Jul 10, 2014

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... made flowers and leaves in her design. The kids both watched and asked clever questions, genuinely interested, while the two mum stood grimacing remembering those wonderfully fun sewing classes we endured.... none the less we have promised to get them some instruction... lucky we have family... :-)

And yes, we brought Madi an embroidered bookmark - thinking she will use it far more than a shirt. Little book worm - ...

And here you are Budapest

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on May 01, 2014

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... was once used for holding and torturing Germans and others during WWII and the communism era. Despite some creepy sections of the museum, it was actually rather interesting and well set out for non-Hungarian speakers. The museum wasn’t just about the actual torture but also had information about what it was like for Hungarians that were a part of the army and secret police and what life was like for ordinary Hungarians during WWII. The last part of the museum was in ...


A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jan 22, 2014

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... so long, but with so much to see and experience, it has not. Budapest has a lot going on in the way of major works on the parks around the city including a massive landscaping to the grounds of Parliament.

Today it might get above zero. Its 8am and minus 8 degrees, so it will be a cold one today. I leave the apartment at 10am and it has warmed to minus 6. I take the number 2 tram that runs along the Danube, to the end of the ...

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