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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... of their grandparents. Unfortunately, it was 4 hours away in the wrong direction when Vlaho checked on his phone. At 6:45 we left to walk to our restaurant, stopping along the way outside the K-4 elementary school, which is sponsored by Grand Circle Foundation. Tomorrow we will talk with one of the parents. The scheduled school teacher was ill. We walked a little further down to the ethnological museum/restaurant. We walked around the ...
... and had a little snack. Just enough time for the boys to start worrying about the fact that we were going to be underground in the near future.
We were in the lobby of the Panzio in time for our welcome drink. Then we and the few other groups waited for the arrival of the owner. He arrived, and we processed down the big stairway in the lobby into their cellar conference/dining room. It had the look and feel ...
... years old. There is an old mosque from the Ottoman occupation that is now a Catholic church. There is a cross with a half moon decorating the top. It symbolizes that two faiths can exist side by side.
In the main square, it is mostly a pedestrian zone with many shops and cafés. We got ice cream and I was using my Hungarian in most shops. “Beszél angolul?” Do you speak English? Until Pecs, I really ...
... 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 ...