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... strikingly beautiful - buildings, flowers, the sculptures, and the water stairway. The square is believed to have been part of an early settlement dating back to the 11-12th centuries. Other notables in the square include the County Hall, City Hall, the Church of the Clementine (1700s), Statue of the Holy Trinity, and the bronze statue of Hunyadi on horseback.
All of us were provided lunch over the noon hour. Once again it was Chicken Paprika, only ...
... campsite within walking distance of the town.
We had a super meal at a restaurant too.
Dave’s kettle cooked beef in red wine was delish! Of course some local wine washed it down. The region is best known for its white wines.
We spent a happy few hours ambling around the village, visiting the wine shops and calling in at some cellars – one called ...
We embarked on the ship yesterday afternoon after walking to The Great Market Hall. After dinner the ship sailed past Budapest around 9:15pm when the city was all lit up. Arrived in Mohacs this morning. Hot. Hot. Hot. Taking a tour to Peçs, Hungary after lunch. Tried a new dish today! Potato noodles with cabbage and mushrooms in a cream sauce. Fantastic! Rained in Peçs during our tour so we just drove around looking at the ...
... Vlaho prepared us for our overnight accommadations. We are staying at a farm house in Karanac, that has been somewhat converted to a B&B. Our host was Decic (Dennis) with his wife and son (who had such long hair that I thought he was a girl). They greeted us with a drink and fresh donuts. We got to our room and had until 6:45 when we would meet to go to dinner. Our room consisted of a common room, bedroom and a very small bathroom. No ...
... in particular the displays of architectural ceramic that made Pecs famous in the late 1800s and early 1900s, when ceramic replaced stone (because it was cheaper, could be colored, and cleaned itself in the rain), and before it was replaced by fiberglass (cheaper and lighter). Then it was off to the pottery/porcelain studies. Here students in the program learn all of the techniques for designing and working with different types of ceramics. Students showed off ...