Hotel Fenyves Panorama
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... it's just shy of six in the morning and the sun is up. The folk round here must be an industrious bunch. We are by a country road but the traffic started up before five, competing with a nearby cockerel to get us up and about. I say we, but Mick as usual is still in his pit. 6am and the nearby church bell sparks up. Constant single note, get up, get up, get to work.
So we are up before 6am ...
... After we got to the next hotel/winery, naps were in order before dinner. Dinner that night was served in the barrel-vaulted wine cellar. It was a buffet that featured sauerkraut soup which was delicious and is supposed to be a great hang-over dish. (Where was it that morning when I needed it?)
I retired early that night, many of the others stayed up to watch the soccer match on the tv in the bar. Sunday morning found me bright eyed and happy. After ...
... 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 ...
... br> great to try a few and 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
century, perhaps around the time that Constantin made christianity
the state religion for the Empire. They are quite large structures
of various mausoleums of obviously wealthy families. A couple are
decorated with partially extant frescoes of christian motifs. Adam
and Eve with their fig leaves and Daniel and his lions are
recogniseable along with christograms. They appear to be in ...