Terminal Etterem Es Hotel

Address: Szarvasi Ut 92, Bekescsaba, 5600, Hungary | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Szarvasi Ut 92, Bekescsaba.
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Travel Blogs from Bekescsaba

Our dashing knights

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jan 24, 2015

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... layered concoctions are something that the Hungarians are very proud of, and something they miss when living abroad. I understand that there is a competition each summer for the title of 'Hungary's Cake', (e.g. http://hungarytoday.hu/cikk/hungarys-ca ke-presented-first-time) for the best new recipe that uses an assigned theme ingredient. All of the ingredients need to be sourced in Hungary as well. Cafe's around the country can sell the ...

Eger

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 01, 2014

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... point. The minaret (left there from the Ottoman rule of yesteryear) and white churches stuck out like sore thumbs from the rest of the colourful buildings with red roofs.

After walking along the stone pathways of the castle, we discovered something amazing! This divine discovery was a super-ghetto and terrifying wax museum inside the castle walls! The entry was only 100 HF- around 1 euro, ...

Timisoara

A travel blog entry by alyssamyc on Oct 02, 2014

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... then on. Our first day we wandered around the city centre, which is largely under renovation. The parts that we could see were gorgeous - brightly coloured buildings and big squares, and vibrant churches. There are also a ton of nice parks in the city! We visited the Timisoara brewery and tried some of their beer, which was really great. That night, it was the birthday of the owner of ...

Eger, city of wines and thermal waters

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 19, 2014

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... we left (mainly tourists showing up in buses). Some folks were staggering and singing as they went from cave to cave. We sampled wines at three caves, each full, large glass costing from 50 cents to $1.75. You can take a bottle with you for them to fill, but we bought a litre of good Pinot Noir for $3.50, with the bottle included. And at one cave Deb was serenaded by a trio of musicians playing a violin, guitar and bass. This was a fun interlude.

We dined in town at ...

The City of Parks

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 18, 2014

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... an important role in its liberation from communism during the revolution in 1989. We rode around the city making lots of stops along the way. Like any European city, we marvelled at the enormousness and detail of the churches. We went into a couple - one catholic and one orthodox. We also saw two of three synagogues in the city. At one point, there was an important and decent sized Jewish population here, but that has dramatically decreased. Only ...

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