BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Ambra
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... juice. I'll just say it's like drinking ocean water and leave it at that. Our next stop is a bakery that supplies a lot of the local restaurants with fresh pita bread. It's a 4 man show with one guy portioning the dough, another one shaping it and stretching it as he hands it to a guy who puts it into a large brick oven. After baking, it is then given to a guy who stacks the warm loaves before giving them to young kids who run it to ...
... was not a part of my body that was not protesting, lol.
Looking forward to a quit night of reading and copious amounts of Parlenka (Hungarian fruit Vodka) at home.
All said, another perfect day with my lovely Janet!!!!
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... they wanted to use a concert hall with its much larger
capacity than their Opera House, to make the economics viable, but
the concert hall could not accommodate normal opera sets.
The sur titles were in Magyar and
German but we know the story fairly well so lack of English did not
worry us. The orchestra was the old Hungarian Radio Symphony
Orchestra now called MR Symphonics. The conductor was Adam Fischer.