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Day 2 Dragged myself up at 6am for a shower and met Roy and the others at reception. We headed through the outskirts of Eger to a lovely area of oak forest, just as the sun was rising through the trees. We had good views of Mistle thrush and Yellowhammer, then turned off the track down a steepish path, past a shooting hide. Roy kept hearing various woodpeckers and Hawfinch, but I seemed to miss them. We did see a Goshawk flying fast down the ...
Got up at 7.15 and went for buffet breakfast - scrambled egg, local sausage and eggy fried bread. Confused by tea selection and picked unpleasant spiced tea, so changed to coffee. At 9, I went to reception (favoured by hotel cat), and soon after Roy arrived and introduced himself while we waited for Peter and Dinah, the other guests. I was advised to get warmer clothes, for which I was grateful, and the others went to try and track ...
... The local wine ("Bull's Blood") was delicious, as well as our other dishes, Wild Boar Stew and Parmesan Crusted Chicken with Caesar Salad. Though the Caesar Dressing is definitely not the same as in the states (too mayonaisse-y). After lunch, we walked through the town square and then toured the Castle remains. There wasn't much to the castle, but it has great hilltop views and it was nice & cool in the underground dungeon! The castle is ...
[L]Feeling a little less than at peace with Slovakia we headed further south to the Hungry Border. Our first stop in Hungry was the home of the Lipanzer horses Szilvasvarad. Visited the local horse stud and watched the stupid foals playing. Nothing like the smell of stables to brighten the spirits. PS still raining heavily, add a bit of thunder and lightening ...
We had a long, winding drive through the deep forest where we came across maybe two cars in a matter of 45 minutes. This had both of us a little on edge wondering if we were going to come to a road closure because earlier in the drive we saw some signs with X marks through them...again. We made it out of the mountains (phew!) and back to civilization. We drove through quite a few small, run down towns but managed to see the charm in all of them. We got to Eger and had a ...