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... a variety of design as each has it's own form.
The Rope-makers' Tower is the only one inhabited today - the guardian and keeper of the cemetery lives here.
The Clock Tower was built in stages during the 14th century and it is undoubtedly the symbol of the town.
The Monastery Church dates back to 1289 and the gothic ...
... sure I knew where I needed to be for the return trip and had even reserved me a seat. The Old Town is charming with three wide open squares which are linked.
The buildings are well preserved and there’s a great mixture of old and new working in tandem. I was quite "spooked" by the slit-eyed windows in the roof tops. It looks as if the buildings are watching! .
As usual I had to get a bird's eye view. This meant climbing ...
... we were included in the sit down dinner. We had three courses – a substantial soup, turkey, rice and salad followed by a substantial 'cakey’ pud plus a jug of local wine. They charge for this was €8 per person. The conversation in a mixture of Dutch and English was highly entertaining.
The next morning we had a special air show set against the clear, pale blue sky. It started with a few storks flying overhead. As ...
Tuesday 8th July 2014
*We would have liked to stay longer in Erdobenye.
*We drive 150 km along a mainly rural route towards the Romanian border. We pass through villages where there are stork nests on the top of every lamp post. Curiously some nests have just 1 adult standing guard whilst others have 4 or 5 clambering for space. Must google why!
... wide open) or scaling a giant cross (it had stairs, to be fair) - maybe these were questionable decisions, but I don't go abroad to sit in a hotel. We took pictures of the rapture (weird patterns in the clouds - it was rumored that today was the end of days) and exhausted ourselves climbing over structures and hills and ringing church bells with Hillary and Garrett, who found us on our way down. By then the rain was no longer ...