Kentaur Hotel Szentendre

Address: Marx tér 3, Szentendre, 2000, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Szentendre

Pizza and Sushi makes everything better

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jan 23, 2015

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... managed to keep ourselves active until 4:30, when I unveiled the now functioning XBOX 360 (thanks to Istvan for finding the necessary cables). The boys were happy to have it, and it kept them out of Laura’s way so she could participate in a teleconference for an ongoing project. I just tried to stay out of the way. With Laura’s call over a little after 6pm, it was time again to try going out to eat. This time we tried ...

Skanzen Museum

A travel blog entry by chatel on May 27, 2014

Took our first hike...walked from Szentendre to the Skanzen Open Air Museum which is built on the same principle as Sturbridge Village. Our walk wa approximately 12.3 miles! So proud of ourselves. But the most amazing thing at the museum was the school group of 8 year old children on a field trip. There were approximately 60-80 students with ...

Our First Epic Fail

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 21, 2014

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... getting lost' experience especially terrible is that we had been doing so well up to that point. Before then we hadn't had any problems at all with figuring out where things are; usually you can see the top of a steeple or the river to get your bearings. Ugh, the more I think about it the angrier I get. The whole point of taking the metro was to avoid some stairs. In the end, we still had to take every stinking last stair in the city and we wasted over two ...

I <3 Budapest!

A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13 on Dec 18, 2013


... houses are covered by their national health insurance by the way! Nice perk! Then we drove across the Danube, through the tunnel beside the incline and up the back side of the Buda Hills to Castle Hill where we had time to visit Matyas Church built between the 13th & 15th centuries. It had some interesting architectural features. We also saw a Golden Eagle which was the most massive bird I have ever seen in my life and we learned that the Golden Eagle is used ...

Budapest – Szentendre

A travel blog entry by billgarland on Oct 29, 2013

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... and little alleyways and many churches.

There were many tour groups but it was not too crowded so we had a good explore of the little town.

For lunch we had a wonderful goulash soup with bread. Always a good meal in itself .rich and tasty with meaty pieces and carrots and potatoes. We sat beside the Danube River for the lunch.

Dinner tonight was sandwiches at the apartment after all the eating out we wanted a quiet one at ...