Popeye Pension & Restaurant

Address: Fo u. 105, Hegyeshalom, 9222, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hegyeshalom

Cold and Rainy Bratislava

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Nov 10, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... Don't know whether it was system or operator error. The teller was able to find our tickets in the system and print them for us, for a 1 euro charge. It would have been nice to know where the problem was.

Trivia: Vienna and Bratislava are the closest neighbors of all the world's capitals. Unfortunately for Bratislava, it fell under Soviet rule after WWII and did not fare well. ...

Little Big City

A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Jul 14, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... Most of the streets are cobble stone, and the buildings are colourful and beautiful. The tour showed us the national theatre, statues, churches, the old town wall and gate, and museums. This tour was not as good as others that I have been on, but it was worth it to learn about the city. I didn't realize prior to the tour that Slovakia has approximately 40% unemployment and as a result many people are considering ...

Donauradweg; Hainburg to Bratislava, 15km

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 21, 2013

53 photos

... the Donau, and here we're in Slovakia.

A tour guide from another group invited us to listen to her spiel. She pointed out where the Gypsy and Jewish ghettos used to be. They ripped them out without any regard to Slovakian culture and replaced them with boring buildings. The historical core is quite small. She said the bridges are new also. Under the Soviets, when it was part of Czechoslovakia no one was ...

Discovering Bratislava

A travel blog entry by kayla.ko on Sep 20, 2012

30 photos

... Europe. Although the city has come along way since it's revolution and amicable split with Czech, you can definitely feel the iron curtains presence in the people and way of life here. The older generations still miss the communist days, and with the communist building blocks for homes, the place still feels very somber. On the other hand I was pleasantly surprised with how beautiful some parts of the city were, and almost anyone I asked for help was usually very friendly and eager to chat*

There are no Brats in lava in Bratislava

A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on Dec 13, 2011

114 photos

... a ship in Slovakia with every passenger onboard this ship, and I'm still in my pajamas.' Eventually we were allowed to go back inside.

Breakfast closed, I took my chimney cake into the lounge with a cup of hot chocolate (not as good as Gerbeaud's, but I guess you can't have everything). The chimney cake was rather large, so after I ate what I wanted I went around the lounge and offered some to everyone until it was all gone. We docked at ...