Pax Hotel

Address: Dozsa Gyorgy Utca 2, Pannonhalma, 9090, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dozsa Gyorgy Utca 2, Pannonhalma.
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Travel Blogs from Pannonhalma

Budapest 10/17-18

A travel blog entry by rcozen on Oct 19, 2015

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Arrived in Budapest after a long flight. The Viking Skadi is a beautiful longboat. Budapest is a magnificent city and well deserves the title of "Paris of Eastern Europe". The visit to the Duheny St. synagogue and Holocaust museum was very moving. The night sail leaving Budapest heading for Slovokia was ...

Gyor is a little gem

A travel blog entry by turnersaho22 on Oct 03, 2015

17 photos

... soup is very common. As is fried food. The bread of Hungry is a simple white, cut very thickly. Most of the cheese is white cheese. There are more Gelato shops and carts here than we've ever seen anywhere. After lunch, we found the local DM (walgreens) for toothpaste. The the local Spar (safeway) for wine, beer and cheese. Also at the Spar, we picked up the weekly flyer. It's very helpful to see pictures of ...

Tour of Budapest

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jun 28, 2015

4 comments, 9 photos

... by the magnificent domed cathedral. This basilica was consecrated in 1856. We also passed the town of Visegrad, the name means high castle. Tonight we had the captains welcome dinner, he presented all the ladies with along stem red rose and a glass of champagne. All the heads of staff were introduced and then we had a magnificent ...

On our way to Prague

A travel blog entry by debclarke on Jun 26, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

... have been known as 'the girls' on this trip, a lovely affectionate term used by everyone. They've all been very accepting and great fun. Were exhausted!! Budapest is a beautiful city. Possibly one of the loveliest so far. There are two sides of the city, Buda the hilly side that has the castle and guard stations that change daily, and Pest, pronounced 'pescht' that is flat, more modern and the city side. Joined by ...

Rural Hungary

A travel blog entry by thereays on Sep 10, 2012

... be in ancient Greek.

I find a "Wine and Potato Pancake Festival", a bit of a strange combination.

In the evening, we go along to the Wine Festival.

There are to usual parades with people dressed in what look like costumes from the middle ages, followed by speeches ...