Hotel Aqua Eger
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... point. The minaret (left there from the Ottoman rule of yesteryear) and white churches stuck out like sore thumbs from the rest of the colourful buildings with red roofs.
After walking along the stone pathways of the castle, we discovered something amazing! This divine discovery was a super-ghetto and terrifying wax museum inside the castle walls! The entry was only 100 HF- around 1 euro, ...
... we arrived in Fuzeabony at 8:15 pm and the next train to Eger was 9:08. Hey, no problem, we'll just grab a coffee or drink at the station and chill-except that there is NOTHING open at this station, nada - in fact the station and everything around it was closed. So we waited on the platform until 9 pm when several trains arrived - no indication on the train and no signs announcing where there trains were going. We finally found someone who looked official and asked if this ...
... any other vegetables they grow. There were also big freezers where they keep all the sausage and other meats they made. Walking in it was like we were being welcomed into their own private restaurant, with a big long table set for us... and bottomless wine glasses thanks to Gyuszi. On the third evening my dad had arranged a 7 course dinner at another cellar type place, called Thummerer Pince (see thummerer.hu/en) but this one was an actual restaurant that you could ...
... whether or not the relatively new clutch on the relatively new car was going to take much more abuse. Oh, and Janos is diabetic, and carries his insulin with him everywhere, and had only one food stop from 9 am to 9 pm. Thank God the man doesn't drink. Remind me to share with you (complete with the hand gestures) the time when we were only half way back to Budapest at dusk and we hit the soft shoulder on the narrow secondary road and there was that moment of ...
... Africa without any qualms, but a 40 metre minaret gave me the quivers!! It also gave the both of us very sore leg muscles for the following week or so! We've climbed far more stairs, but none quite so narrow and probably not in such a tense state!!
We made it to the big Basilica (second largest church in Hungary) just in time for the daily organ recital. I'm not a huge fan of churches or classical music, but there is just something about the sound of the chords coming ...