Popeye Pension & Restaurant

Address: Fo u. 105, Hegyeshalom, 9222, Hungary | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by steph_james on May 02, 2014

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We left our hotel early in order to navigate the Vienna train station when our German is terrible. We got on our train and arrived in Bratislava, Slovakia at about 9:30am. Immediately it seemed different; rougher, poorer, and harder to find English. After finding out how to take the bus downtown, things improved. Downtown was quite lovely, with the usual churches and a castle on a hill, and some newer developments and touristy stuff. However, at ...

Misinformed thoughts on people who ask for money

A travel blog entry by elizaannemurray on Aug 21, 2013

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... s ultimately nothing I can do to fix it. Coming face to face with people trapped in the poverty cycle in south east asia was the reason I decided to volunteer overseas.
But I know ultimately that anything I can do is a drop in the ocean.

I'm in Bratislava, Slovakia at the moment. A small but beautiful town a world away from the hunger and child prostitution of Cambodia. But still with what appears proportionally to be a ...

Bratislava! Quentin Tarantino got it wrong

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 05, 2013

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... night in Bratislava #FAIL. That was it for Monday. Tuesday I woke up early, again, and had a nice breakfast before leaving the hostel. I want biking to a castle called Devlin, 10 kms. away from the old city located in the converging point of the Danube river and the Morave river. The place is beautiful, a bit isolated and not too packed with international tourists but mostly Slovak tourists. This was one of the recommendations of my Slovak cabin ...

Donauradweg; Hainburg to Bratislava, 15km

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 21, 2013

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... five of us, it would be ideal. But for now, it was time to do some more sight-seeing.

Coronation Cathedral St. Martin’s

Bratislava became a coronation town and the seat of kings. Between 1536 and 1830, eleven Hungarian kings and queens were crowned at St. Martin's Cathedral. We HAD to visit St Martin's Cathedral.

We paid a few euros to look at interesting wood carvings, ...

Beautiful Bratislava!

A travel blog entry by 80noodle80 on Sep 24, 2012

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... Danube. After that we made our way to the new town to a Slovakian pub for lunch. Most of our group tried typical Slovakian food, including smoked sheep's cheese and dumplings. After stuffing ourselves we set out to burn the calories around the old town, seeing sights and doing some shopping (and of course taking pictures!). We stopped at a special coffee shop near the end of our stay for a snack of cakes and coffees, and then made our way back to the train and ...