Ametiszt Hotel Harkany
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... the past 2 centuries, were scattered and the sites plundered.”
A castle was built in the 12th century attached to the tombs. It was a defense wall for the city. The Peter and Paul burial chamber with its barrel vault is intact and we could view that. Most of the rest of the burial chamber has been destroyed. We stepped into the ante-chamber and then into the actual burial chamber. The site is amazingly well preserved, and all the fact sheet ...
We embarked on the ship yesterday afternoon after walking to The Great Market Hall. After dinner the ship sailed past Budapest around 9:15pm when the city was all lit up. Arrived in Mohacs this morning. Hot. Hot. Hot. Taking a tour to Peçs, Hungary after lunch. Tried a new dish today! Potato noodles with cabbage and mushrooms in a cream sauce. Fantastic! Rained in Peçs during our tour so we just drove around looking at the ...
... AC/fan, etc. to be had. Gonna be a hot night. I joined the others as Dennis showed us the farm. He had the ladies picking tomatoes, potatoes, onions, etc. in their garden areas. We looked like immigrant farm workers. They had rabbitts, chickens, and other small animals running around the area. They gave us Elderberry juice and apricots to eat. We just sat around talking. On a map he had hanging on the porch, Wendie & Charlotte looked ...
... that have been in the cellar for nearly 200 years. It all depends on the wine. The owner carried a long glass siphon with him and used that to tap into various barrels and provide samples of some wonderful wines. The boys managed to stick it out in the cellar, but were more than happy to leave it when the tour was over.
After the tour, we all headed up to the main dining room (not the cellar room), where we had ...
... their creations, including the line of porcelain-cement drink wear - looks pretty, but stands up to the ravages of everyday and party use since it won't tip over. We also saw the display of first year student porcelain mugs. They are required to produce something not round as part of their first year program, which results in many unique pieces, a few of which will find further use. We did wonder why there was no departmental store for the students to sell ...