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... and Thomas' father and mother's gravesites.
In the evening, we went into downtown Gyor and walked through what they call the Old Town. It was being decorated for a festival and was very impressive looking. The Archbishop was saying mass here today and we took in a bit of the start of mass.
... br> We continued on after this to Busjy and Gabor Emery's. Busjy is Irma's (Mary Puhl's sister) granddaughter. More food and drink were offered and graciously eaten and drank.
Thomas took us to visit Tema and Antal, his sister's daughter and her husband. They have a beautiful acreage; Antal works very long days but was gracious enough to stop and have coffee with us.
Margaret was next; Thomas' sister. We stopped briefly ...
Forewarning! These next entries will be family-heavy. Mom is dictating to me while I type it out, so it's a group effort.
We arrived in Csorna in the afternoon and settled our things into the Remete Panzio (Guest House).
From there we took a walk to locate the spot where Agnes Markus used to live. The house had been torn down and a new one built in the same location. After this, we managed to find Imery Gulyas and were able to ...
... being said, but i've picked up a few words myself. It has been exhausting to constantly attempt breaks in the language barrier, but well worth the effort!
Lunch was Hungarian Goulash - one dish with beef and one with pork. Jo Volt! Well, I think that means very good. I could have spelled it wrong though. It was served with bread and pickles.
A group of us went to the Abbey that ...
... buildings with the gothic marks, there is a Hansagi Regional Museum House and Arts and Crafts exhibition.
In the Magyar Street-Pedestrian Street, stands the St. Gotthard Parish Church, built in the 18th century. The crypt of the church is the burying place of Arch-Duke Friedrich of Austria, member of the House of Hasburg and his wife.