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... called "Plato Units" and are a measure of specific gravity, which is a measure of the amount of barley used, and therefore sugar extracted. Long story short - the higher the plato unit, the more flavor, and therefore a higher price. This is different from alcohol content, which of course is also listed. Cool. So a bud light in the US might have a Plato unit of about 6, or very little flavor!
For about 5 Euros each, we got tickets ...
... good shot, she realises that sunflowers are invariably all facing the sun and thus also in the wrong direction for good photography! She wonders whether they turn their heads during each day ( no time to stop & watch & AG does not know the answer. ) & whether they get confused on dull days when there is no sun!
*We reach our destination, Erdobenye, a little village some 20 km ...
... us continued to Sarospatak to tour the Rakoczi family castle. The village is cute and the streets leading up to the castle are lined with vendors selling everything from candy to langos (fried bread) to souvenirs. The castle itself is well maintained, with an extensive park surrounding it. There were several places where you could see the depth of the walls, which must have been at least 3 or 4 feet thick. The main gate had a really cool handle that looked like a hand holding a ...
... and got caught up with everyone. While Eva cooked dinner for the group, we took a little walk to buy wine from a local winemaker, who's cellar we will be visiting tomorrow night. With our return, dinner was ready and we now had wine to accompany it! It tasted great after the long drive. After we helped wash up, we went for a little walk through the village to see where the wine cellar was that we'd have our tasting at. There were old wine presses ...
... be a bit of a Gypsy relationship problem, according to my host. But all in all, it’s a nice and quiet town, but the real discovery is to be made in Slovakia’s natural beauty. Go outside and visit the nature if you’re ever in Slovakia!
And to finish, I just need to remind myself to thank Jan one day by inviting him back to my place. He was such a good host and took of his time to show me all around his country, and I hope someday I can do the same to him in ...