Popeye Pension & Restaurant

Address: Fo u. 105, Hegyeshalom, 9222, Hungary | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Fo u. 105, Hegyeshalom.
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Travel Blogs from Hegyeshalom

Travel to Bratislava and Touring the City

A travel blog entry by jim.diane on Sep 18, 2014

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... with the eating area downstairs in what was once the bedrooms of the home (they now live upstairs). The restaurant is closed from January through August, Nice working hours. Had duck soup, duck, dumplings, cabbage, wine, dessert and coffee. Not a bad dinner. After we got back from dinner we walked with some other people to the main square and since we didn't eat enough, decided to get a gelato. That put the icing on the ...

Cold and Rainy Bratislava

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Nov 10, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... improving and the Old City is rather cute. It probably would have been much better with some sunshine. Rick Steves describes Slovakia as the "West Virginia of Europe." Someplace with a great deal of unrealized potential, perhaps.

It's a twenty minute walk from the train station to Old Town. The rain was doing a pretty good job of getting us wet before a car drove by and splashed ...

The day after the storm

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 25, 2013

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... medieval conquests and more recent wars – with Napoleon noted as being the one to finally destroy much of what remained during his reign. With views of the Danube River, back across to Vienna and around the north of Bratislava, the site was well worth a stop, before heading to the campground.

The campground in Zlate Plesky hadn’t had great reviews online, mostly due to cleanliness and after what we’d found in the Czech Republic ...

Donauradweg; Hainburg to Bratislava, 15km

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 21, 2013

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... from the 7th Century. We had to go down stairs to the underground crypts. It wasn’t too creepy and there seems to be plenty of room for more down there.

The National Theater, Reduta dates to 1911-20 is an eclectic building for the local philharmonic.

Dave went up to the Castle again and Yolan and I strolled through the lovely old town.



Puck Trivia

Ice hockey ...

Pub Crawl in Slovakia

A travel blog entry by kayla.ko on Sep 19, 2012

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Once I managed t catch the right bus to Bratsialava, I made it to the capital city of Slovakia within an hour and got of at the bus terminal looking for my hostel. As luck would have it, the first person I asked was an English translator and was already heading towards my hostel, and she offered to walk me ether and make sure I didn't get lost. I learned that her name was Zuzana and that she was also an art curator and part time travel guide in the city, and I bought her ...