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... It is our
intention to drop our bags and head for Sarospatak. But Erdobenye turns out to
be such a rural idyll, & the late afternoon light & temperature so mellow that we abandon
all ideas of more driving to Sarospatak. Our B & B also happens to be a small vineyard. Our hosts Ildiko & Peter are a charming young couple who have given up their teaching jobs to run the vineyard ...
After an early wake up call, thanks to the little ones playing on their Big Wheel trike (which was cute but we're not used to), we breakfasted and got ready for a day of castle visits. On our way to our first castle in Boldogko, we stopped to take pictures of the surrounding countryside, including the rolling hills covered in vines- it was beautiful! The. We were off to the ruins at Boldogko. It's set upon a hilltop, overlooking the surrounding fields and vineyards. It was built in ...
... humped masses near the cellar entrances (cellar ceilings) as well as vent stacks to allow for air circulation. We also walked past the Oremus winery, a major Tokaji wine producer- they had a pretty big setup. The surrounding hills were covered with vineyards- so pretty. Tolscva is a small village where most people are involved in the wine industry but it's not too prosperous. There are a few larger estate houses though, probably owned by some wealthier ...
... the clouds. You could barely see 10 meters in front of you and it was freezing cold… We were still quite hopefull, and waiting on that level for a good hour and a half, hoping the fog would lift. We even ate at this legendary outpost that was built early before the teleferic and the owner was famous for bringing everything from down the mountain to his restaurant on his back, some kind of Sherpa. We saw him today, but according to his mood and the waitress, business isn’t ...
... We were then immediately served food and drink such as you've never seen. It was wonderful!
After we absolutely could eat nothing more, we went to watch young Janik (Grandson) practice Futball (soccer) but it had been canceled. We then went over to Adriana's home, met her husband, Jan, were fed again, and communicated via a computer translator. It was amazing.
Returning to Martha's, we said goodnight, went into our own room and settled in.