Dar al Hossoun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... nice as well going into the thermal pools on such a hot day. We had a nice walk around the village and then went to the Valley of Beautiful Ladies. This was a valley of thirty odd wine cellars built into the rock and I got to taste a few of the Hungarian reds which the district was known for. Unlucky for Brad he had to drive. Sucker. We had an early start the next morning, driving out to Boldogkőváralja village to see a castle we were very excited about. ...
... room of sorts with a unique area rug that spans the whole room and was hand woven in one piece over several months. It had a beautiful blue background- appropriate for the House of Lords side.... The number 96 is a recurring theme in the building. The 7 founding fathers of Hungary joined together in 896- for this building they dropped the 8 & used 96 as a significant number. The dome is 96 meters high, the main staircase has 96 steps, which we ...
... Across the road was a church that we hadn't looked into so I poked my head in- it was being cleaned but I was able to get some nice shots anyways. It must be church cleaning day today... It seemed like Jim had enough walking, what with his swollen feet (ha), so we headed back home to make a traditional Hungarian dinner called lecso, consisting of peppers, tomatoes, spicy sausage and rice, similar to a ratatouille. ...
... if the synagogues were closed. It started to get very hot, so we took refuge in a Jewish bakery and sustained ourselves with incredible baked goods for such good prices- I can't live here, I'd get soooo fat. This area is an emerging hot spot for nightlife, full of ruin bars. These are bars established by young people in their 30's in ramshackle buildings, furnished and decorated with founds scraps of furniture, scaffolding, lighting, you name it. Of course it was dead ...
... regime. Basically the purpose of the museum is to inform people about causes and consequences of both occupations – Nazi (1944) and Communist (1947 – 1989). We agreed that this museum must be considered to be very tough especially by people who have never been in other communist countries (like for example Czech Republic or Slovakia) or in other countries paralyzed by the cruelty of Nazi´s occupation much deeper (like for example Poland). After ...