Hotel Fonix

Hunyadi Street. 2, Pecs, 7621, Hungary | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hunyadi Street. 2, Pecs, is near Zsolnay Museum, Király utca, Tivadar Csontvary Museum, and Sopianae cemetery at Pécs.
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    A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 17, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... s already getting warm. The old Dutch guy confirms that yesterday the temperature was 37C. Too hot!
    he shows us around the old water mill workings after which the camping ground is named. The main grinding wheel was both water and steam operated. It is dated 1776.
    I try on his clogs, too big.
    There's also a Belgian family here with a camper van. The guy is a big Harley rider. They offer coffee and we sit around chatting as the ...


    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Pecs and Leonardo

    A travel blog entry by gandablog on Jun 11, 2014

    ... we sought out
    a mosque from the Ottoman period. It was interesting to go inside.
    It is used for worship on Fridays but is basically a museum for
    visitors on other days. The Turkish government has apparently
    provided much of the furnishings.
    After 8pm we took an evening stroll
    and came across a stage with a Klezmer band. I suppose this was
    associated with the wine festival. An 8 piece band with a violin and
    piano accordion providing the leads.


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    A travel blog entry by gandablog on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment

    ... sup>
    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 a
    cemetery ...


    A travel blog entry by gandablog on Jun 10, 2014

    ... with other 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 reds. 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. It was
    great to try a ...