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So where to begin... This was one of the longest days of the trip so far. To be honest, I am somewhat disappointed in my traveling skills as it got me into a few binds. It started out from a good decision to remain in Košice, Slovakia Friday night, but Saturday would test my durability and smarts. Friday night set this tone: After writing in my blog Friday, I decided to go out for a few beers... a few. Then I meet some of the coolest Slovakian guys at one of the pubs. The ...
... from a town east of here. Košice wasn't on my map to begin with, but it is now. Well, I thought the six hours here would be enough to walk the city center, then catch my evening train into Hungary. Wouldn't you know it, it pounding rain. I could barely get out of the train station for a look around. I did manage to make it a few blocks, wet jean bottoms and hoody, but what I saw got me really interested and enthused. ...
... 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 ...
... 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. BTW, what happens to sunflowers on dull days when there is no sun?
*We reach our destination, Erdobenye, a little village some 20 km from Sarospatak. ...
... 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 ...