Hotel Baranya Harkany
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- Swimming pool
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... and Croatia now and we wanted to visit another city in Hungary before leaving. The guidebook said it's about the only other city worth visiting if you're short of time.
We arrived at about 6 pm on a Tuesday and walked to our apartment. We scored on this one. It's a small but recently renovated room in a nice quiet building near the main square and pedestrian mall. After checking in, we found ...
... demonstration of the cathedral organ in Pecs as well as a beautiful song she sang for us in the crypt below the church.Her voice truly angelic in the wonderful acoustics of this unique space. We then visited an early Christian burial grounds from the second to the fourth century with the wonderful frescoes and colourings still beautiful after nearly 2000 years. Our day was topped of with a wonderful meal of todos Teasta a traditional Hungarian dish. Truly a fun ...
Beautiful day in Pecs today. Pecs is a city of much culture and many beautiful museums.We were able to see a temporary exhibit of Leonardo DaVince. The man was truly a genius having come up with designs for a flying machine and a self propelled buggy back in ...
... as a "grandfather" of the short-lived optical illusion art or Op Art. You would recognize his art even If you weren't around in the '60's. Over three decades, Vasarely developed his style of geometric abstract art, working in various materials but using a minimal number of forms and colours. What a mathematical mind! It was fascinating, but by the time you finish the exhibit, you are feeling dizzy and a bit nauseous.
We decided to dine in the hotel. Jack ordered ...
... burials over the course of the 4th century. The frescoes of some of the burials were really great, showing very recognisable scenes from both the new and Old Testament (my favourite being Noah's arc being depicted as a small box barely big enough to fit himself, seems that the ancients were better at viewing the bible as analogous than some Christians today). It also happened to be the towns annual food and wine festival while I was there, so ...