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Travel Blogs from Pecs
... half way up a mountain and hard driving rain appears out of nowhere and there is no shelter for ten kilometres. When you are desperate and sweating and your helmet is hanging from your handlebars, open to the skies. That's when it strikes, and with a tenacity that defies physics, becomes irredeemably stuck.
We passed the 4,000 kilometre mark yesterday somewhere around the border into Hungary. ...
... buffet breakfast, once again in the wine cellar, we loaded up on the bus to head toward our next winery.
Not exactly sure where this one was, it was a couple of hours from Villany, heading toward Vienna? Anyway, we got off the highway and started heading down smaller and smaller roads. Finally, the bus stopped, and we got out to walk the last 1/4 mile to the winery because the road couldn't handle the bus.
This time we were set up in the tasting room ...
... on posters of so much of the material from the
codices which we have seen a very little of in reproductions but
rarely in the flesh. Overall it was a very interesting exhibition.
We stopped for a long lunch at a great
restaurant. Veal, baked and sliced in mouthwatering thick slices and
some more of the Villany wines. The Pinot Noir here is a really
fully flavoured red, completely different from the pale pinots we are
After our ...
... Roman elite burials that are not christian.
There is also an expo of local area
wines in the town. We are in the Villany wine area that seems to
make very good full bodied redincluding some really full bodied pinot noirs. There is an avenue of tasting
booths along with food stalls. A couple of the food stalls were spit
roasting whole pigs which looked and smelt glorious.
We tasted a number of the reds. ...
... get a sense of the taste of the area.
Unfortunately we had tea organised back
at our flat or we could have easily stayed there to eat and they had
entertainment stages set up for later in the evening.
Alison cooked up some sausages we had
bought at the market this morning along with some saurkraut. She
also made a tomato/onion/garlic sauce. The tomatoes are really