Popeye Pension & Restaurant

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

Day 62: We did laundry!

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 18, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... lasts for a while.

While the laundry was going we went shopping for dinner. We have been seeing bags around Europe for a store called Lidl. We figured it must be cheap because so many people have the bags. Lidl is just like an Aldi. The prices were so low (compared to what we have been seeing lately) that we just wanted to buy everything. We bought milk and vegetables. It was so wonderful to be able to drink a glass of milk with dinner. John also got a fifty cent ice ...

Footprint of Communism, lovely Old Town.

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Jul 26, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... on in lots of places - I think this will be a different city in ten years time. We walked up a rather large hill to see Bratislava Castle in the afternoon, by now it was incredibly hot and it felt a bit like we had completed some kind of major sporting event just by getting to the top! This is newly restored and filled with museum exhibitions.

In the evening we wandered around the town for sometime trying to find a restaurant that had lots of local people in it. ...

Slovakia - Bratislava

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

37 photos

... never been to Slovakia...quite surprising and I'm not proud of it at all but this kind of things just sometimes happens :) Since I felt so ashamed about not being familiar with our neighboring country, especially if we were part of one state Czechoslovakia for almost 70 years (1918 - 1939, 1945 - 1993), we obviously had to spend at least one day in the capital of the Slovak Republic. So we left for Bratislava at 6.00 and arrived at the bus station near Novy Most at about ...

Zlaty Bazant!

A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Dec 19, 2012

4 photos

... priced. It was soon time for a beer so we stopped at The Dubliner and enjoyed a couple of pints of Zlaty Bazant, a Slovak lager. It was cheap to boot at € 4.60 for two pints. At least we thought so.

We finished the rest of the market with a glass of gluhwein each and a stroll into the town hall grounds. Walking back along Panska, we found another magic little bar underground in a basement. The Pivnice U Kozla was great and ...

Laid back and full of history

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on May 07, 2012

5 photos

... off in a day...

Although Bratislava is well know for it's hen and stag do's in recent years, I personally found the day life was much more appealing, with the numerous squares around the city and narrow streets of the old town. Rather than just doing the usual sightseeing the 'back to the history' geocaches created a lovely ramble in and out of ...