Gasthof Jegverem

Address: Jegverem u. 1, Sopron, 9400, Hungary | Pension
 
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Location

This pension, located on Jegverem u. 1, Sopron, is near Esterhazy Palace (Schloss Esterhazy), Fire Tower (Tuztorony), Joseph Haydn Museum, and Fidelity Gate.
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Travel Blogs from Sopron

Bus to Vienna, st Stephens, tel aviv, opera

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jun 30, 2015

... and sat having a few drinks and catching up. Walked back to city centre and had a krakenkaiser from a wiener stand. Yum! Then Jen and I walked back to our hostel where they told us about free opera outside the Vienna State Opera. So we went and caught the last 40 mins Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi on outside screening telecast. It was really good! But in German. After it ended we found out you can get English subtitles. lol. Went back to pension and ...

Bus to Vienna, st Stephens, tel aviv, opera

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jun 30, 2015

... and sat having a few drinks and catching up. Walked back to city centre and had a krakenkaiser from a wiener stand. Yum! Then Jen and I walked back to our hostel where they told us about free opera outside the Vienna State Opera. So we went and caught the last 40 mins Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi on outside screening telecast. It was really good! But in German. After it ended we found out you can get English subtitles. lol. Went back to pension and ...

Budapest - market hallbaths, parliament, ruin bar

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jun 29, 2015

... really good cakes according to the free tour guide. Couldn't find it though :( But we saw the Opera house which was also amazing. By this time it was about 6 pm and I was starving but, had been hungry since 2 or 3pm :/ And we were looking for somewhere to eat but not really finding anywhere. i bought some fancy donuts though. then Jen suddenly said she needed to pee, stat. But we couldn't find anywhere to eat/pee so ...

Venice to vienna

A travel blog entry by jowinfield on May 27, 2015

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... crossed the border. Not that we had to stop - just keep on going! Lunch at our first Austrian roadside stop. Interesting to see the change in goods in the store. Food better. I had salad, David a goulash soup. Not many there either which was nice. Austrian villages dot the hills and valleys in the same way as before, but the style of homes change to the lovely chalet types. Very lovely. Down off the beautiful alps and onto Danube plains, with ...

Vienna

A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Oct 31, 2014

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... rico! :D --------- At Vienna. The eight and half hours flight wasn't as bad as I anticipated. We already went through customs and was very easy. In less than an hour will be boarding the last flight that will take us to Tel Aviv. Here we had the most expensive coffee and bottled water of history. At least the coffee is as good as the Venezuelan one, yum! ...