Popeye Pension & Restaurant

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

Bratislava to Prague!!

A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Dec 23, 2014

Up today to get the train to prague! It takes 4 house and was 27euro per person. Hoping to see some nice country side today. Did not see any country side as I slept most of the way!!! Got to our hostel and by the time we settled in it was dark already ha. So we caught the tram into the city to see the famous christmas markets- WOW!! We picked well ...

Vienna - Bad Deutsch Altenburg/Hainburg, 66km

A travel blog entry by garyandlisa on Jul 01, 2014

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... was able to admire the fashion accessories. I was particularly taken by the over-the-shoulder leather satchel bag with matching leather sandals. Or the fine hat that passed on an oncoming bicycle, that said, nude cycling isn't for everyone and I would have suggested a number of patrons avoid the activity for safety reasons and in some cases the visual comfort of others. We found our turnoff and no wonder we missed it. Straight through the middle of an oil refinery - ugly ...


A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13 on Dec 20, 2013

... kielbasa sandwich with fried onions and slathered with a delicious mustard. The sausages are much different here than at home. So many of our sausages are fatty with little balls gristle. Here the sausages are all meat, no fat gristle balls. Delicious!
The Christmas markets all smell the same with cinnamon and mulled wine being the most prevalent. Then you get whiff of toasted nuts and frying onions or even lavender as the markets so far have had at least 1 lavender stall. ...

Slovakia - Bratislava

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 17, 2013

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... cups of tea and two pieces of sweet bread) but very tasty.

After having breakfast we started walking to something described in our map as "back to childhood". When we got there or first reaction was: "So this is IT?". The place was quite disappointing...just a few toys for kids teaching them how to keep balance but all of them sort of primitive. Ok, not everything can provoke the "wow" effect, right?

Then we went to see the Michael's Gate which nowadays hosts ...

The art of conversation

A travel blog entry by rotarygse on May 21, 2013

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... so much more. Many of these conversations are with my hosts here in Bratislava, Juraj and his family.

And I know my team mates are also having similar conversations because when we get together after a night with our host families the conversations start with “Peter said” or “Martej said" and so on.

I sometime forget how wonderful simple conversation is – you know ...