Gerand Hotel Eben
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... city was clean, safe, and welcoming; we loved every minute of our stay. Michael arrived on Friday (excited), and we headed right back to the airport to get on our Ryanair flight to Budapest. It was about a three hour flight and we arrived around midnight (Budapest is an hour ahead of Ireland which is already five hours ahead of you!). Our hostel was perfect, we arrived to a shot of Palinka (no... that's not Hungarian vodka), and took in the homey decor and ...
... the rest of the world makes out. In my hungover state the next day, a group of us decided to check out the thermal baths which Budapest is famous for. They're really beautiful, huge pools of water which naturally stay at around 40 degrees centigrade. Anyone who is planning to go to Budapest, I will tell you now, it was an almost instant hangover cure, ******* ace. Especially the outside pool - it can't have been more than 10 degrees outside so ...
... the girl from Taiwan who rooms with us pretty often is now calling me CSI) with my iPhone flashlight on, under and around the entire surface area just about. I coated my sheets in aeroguard (although I've read it doesn't work, i was happy with anything to help me sleep), and then knew without doubt I would need a drink or two that night to get by. Bring on dinner at the Hungarian place called fatàle! Fatal for its ...
... 500m from the golf course down the road where they both play. After a delicious coffee accompanied by a fare of cheese, olives and salami they took us on a tour.
Our first stop was to Tihany Abbey Church built in 1754 on the site of King Andrew’s church, The remains of King Andrew I lie in the crypt. This beautiful church has a wonderful outlook over the Lake which unfortunately today was very grey due to the weather. ...
... had a
soprano up with the organist but she got lost in the reverberation.
Some pieces worked well but the very long reverberation time seemed
to swamp some pieces. I counted 6 or 7 seconds reverberation time
but perhaps that was just my ears ringing. The organist finished off
with Bach's Toccata and fugue in x flat minor. That worked. An
inspiring piece and it is great to hear in such an environment.
I have not heard much organ music ...