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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 ...
... century and has been restored recently. We had to go up a ramp to enter the castle through its main gate, then were in the area between the inner castle and the outer wall, which was topped with guard towers and walkways. In this area is a restored grain wheel with a funnel, similar to a waterwheel, which was used to grind grain into flour and was about 15 feet in diameter- of course every kid wanted to get in the wheel and walk in it, grinding some "grain". Inside the inner castle ...
Today we met my uncle and mom at the Kelenfold transit station, close to where my grandparents used to live. My uncle borrowed my cousin's car as its bigger than his so our ride was nice and comfortable. It was nice to see the countryside on the way- we even had a little detour through a small town due to a road closure and we got to see lots of storks and their babies in nests that the city set up for them on top of power poles but away from the lines. We ...
... 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 ...
... Old World Europe. The Center of the City is St Elizabeth's Cathedral which is awe-inspiring to say the least. After marveling at its beauty, we crossed the street to the Arch Diocesan Building and met with the Archivist who remembered our email to him and had some information ready for us authenticating that Dad, Aunt Mamie and Aunt Betty had all been baptized at the church in Bester.
We then went and saw the Singing Fountain and
just walked the streets where ...