Travel Blogs from Gradac
... Cepin and the family home of Drago’s brothers house and cousin Zelko's family. In this case there were 3 family houses all located next to each other (one of which we eventually stated in).
We were greeted by the Didda’s brother wife and the many cousins and 2nd cousins - by this time it was hard to keep track of who was who!!!
After sometime and something to eat, the kids were getting decidedly restless - it was ...
... the growers were more inclined to improve the wine. It was very good. Dinner included a fabulous salad with smoked duck breast and beets, and the main course was the best venison I've ever had with mushroom dumplings. Something chocolate for dessert., it was beginning to get a little fuzzy. Dancing back at the hotel until very, very late in the evening. Darn French Canadians and Unicum.
The bus took us to the town of Pecs on Saturday, our independent ...
We had a great night's sleep at the Sheraton and had a beautiful champagne breakfast. We got picked up and dropped at the airport at 11.30.
Much to our pleasant surprise when we got to the airport terminal everything went very smoothly, the book in staff where aware of our situation and immediately issued our boarding pass for our flight to Split.
Much to Dianne's surprise when we where taken to the plane by the airport bus ...
There is a Leonardo exhibition in Pecs
at the moment. There is no actual Leonardo material but mostly
models and displays of materials from the codices. They have
spectacular models of the flying machine and spring driven
automobile. There was a very little discussion on technique related
to some of the famous paintings but not very much and these were the
aspects I found most interesting. Still it was very interesting
century, perhaps around the time that Constantin made christianity
the state religion for the Empire. They are quite large structures
of various mausoleums of obviously wealthy families. A couple are
decorated with partially extant frescoes of christian motifs. Adam
and Eve with their fig leaves and Daniel and his lions are
recogniseable along with christograms. They appear to be in ...