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Final day of the three day weekend, and the forecast is for thunderstorms. Since we are checking out of the apartment, we get a later start on the day, and since the weather is not looking good we decide to stay in town rather than trying to drive to Tokaj or the Tisza River. We head towards the cave baths because Istvan and Csilla have been to an adventure park there that they think the boys will like. The area includes a rope course and ...
... was driving the search (with the boys in strong support). It was a small bakery and snack shop open on Sunday afternoon, with just a few flavors left in their freezer. Ice cream seemed to make everyone happier, Sam had been a particular grouch all day and had been focusing his grumpiness on Laura, so we needed a bit of a break before returning to the apartment.
Once back in Miskolc, Istvan and Csilla used our small, ...
... section. We tried several Slovakian inspired dishes, and watched the rain that started soon after we were seated from the comfort of the restaurant. We had a long enough pause in the rain to get back to our cars, where we headed back to town for a quick stop at the grocery store (stores will be close for Sunday as usual, but also for Monday since that is a holiday), and then everyone went home for a quite evening.
Definitely a good first day.
... much (there were many kids though, and they were by no means the only ones splashing). We even stopped at the stand out in front of the bath to get fresh mini-donuts (with a cool, automated mini donut frying machine) and hot drinks (even the hot win - forralt bor - that we have come to like). Everyone came home tired and even somewhat relaxed. I chose not to take my camera into the bath, so I have included a selection of photos from the bath's web site, enjoy!
... signs indicate a region that gets heavy snowfall in winter.
*We cross the border (what border?) into Slovakia. The language seems equally difficult to pronounce. We have had a lovely time in Poland; we have been impressed by its courteous, welcoming people, by the clean & attractive environment, by the mostly modern transport infrastructure – and we wonder why England is such ...