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On the way to AIESEC Veszprém
For this part my journey Zorka is my host! I stay at her place, eat and have some really nice conversations with her family.
Zora shows me both their home and their job in AIESEC. As a local committee president, she is responsible for every ...
So we were here a little ahead of schedule due to our experience in Bratislava, thankfully everything improved here and we were happy to stay the 2 nights we planned.
Gyor was only ever a stop over destination and we visited the city centre today before we head off to Budapest tomorrow.
Next up Budapest... Then Tom's Birthday on Tuesday 27th May - just incase you had all forgotten which I guess you ...
At first I was wondering if I made a wasted trip as most places seemed to be closed on Sunday. Then I found a ticket office where I could get a combo ticket to seven places for 1000Ft ($5). Its cheaper to get the combo then to pay individually
They said to goto the Treasury first as it would be closing at ...
... There were grape presses, ancient and old manuscripts with seals of all shapes and sizes, many weapons, uniforms, and armour from all ages, some with very large holes in them. I only wished I could read the information about each artefact. To our surprise many of the artefacts were just sitting on tables. We did have a lady following us , I guess to make sure we didn't break anything or touch it for that matter .
We found this amazing cellar (photos) under ...
... r. There is nothing like that kind of water in the US. We ate dinner in the town square where there was a festival taking place and the atmosphere was lively, like no other. There is a great sense of family and community that is unheralded. People and family are what's important and that is what today was all about. Heading to Budapest tomorrow! See you ...