Hotel Aqua Eger
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... while to get confirmation from Google, but then we parked and walked past the hotels and construction site to find the entrance that we recognized from the bath web site.
We paid only to use the baths - lots of extras available, for more money including the spa, massages and the fish pedicure (apparently they eat the dead skin from your feet - tickling your feet and leaving you with a smile - or something like that from the English sign). Laura may have ...
... not tell if there was a way onto the highway in the direction of the mountains, so we stuck on the smaller road until it crossed the highway again and the entrance signs were more obvious. This of course proved to be a problem since it increased our drive time 10-15 minutes past when Laura felt we really should be at the ski area, for the 1/2 day ski pass, so the last few minutes of the drive until we saw the entrance sign were a bit tense ...
... what he suggested (in Hungarian, of course). I may have given Keith an incorrect interpretation of the hand motions, but why on earth did he listen to me?
There was a collection of buildings and things scattered across the top of the mountain, around the base of the huge TV tower that Keith visited and took pictures from back in October, including what looked like a private house renting sleds, a small ski school, and a shack selling a really random ...
... cake by special license, so that everyone can have an opportunity to try it. In any case, Elza asked me if I wanted fruit or chocolate - I went for fruit since it was still kind of breakfast time in my world, so she chose an apple poppy seed cake. Don't think poppy seed muffin like we have at home - these were dense layers of ground poppy seed, which had a very earthy, almost coffee flavor. Now I know the routine, and I know that there are many ...
... had to enter. We were treated to one room of around 8 wax figures. There was a blacksmith, a soldier, a minstrel and several historical figures from the town. These wax "creatures" were incredibly entertaining, yet I couldn't shake the feeling that they were watching me from every turn. We were excited to take a skinny staircase down to the next room, only to find out that this just brought you ...