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Our next stop was Eger, a lovely little village about 2 hours out of Budapest. We spent the day wandering the beautiful little streets and enjoying the tranquility and small town atmosphere. Eger is loaded with yellow cathedrals and similarly bright houses. There are also several lovely town squares jam-packed with restaurants and boutiques. Many vendors sold mulled wine and hot chocolate from ...
... train to Eger. He looked at us as if we were aliens and gruffly said, "Of course!". Yes we got into Eger, found a taxi , our hotel, and settled in. Then we drank. Eger is a beautiful historic town in Northern Hungary, best known for its wines, baroque buildings and thermal baths. We began in the main square, then wandered around in search of the castle which we found after a few wrong turns. Its large ramparts and wall is visible from many points in the town. After lunch ...
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Noszvaj is a small town of about 1800, where my dad grew up. It is near the larger centre of Eger which is known for its thermal springs. My aunt and uncle had built a large house for their family, who had since moved out with families of their own, so we had a huge place to ourselves, including our own bedrooms and bathrooms which was a bonus. Aranka and her husband Gyuszi now lived next door in a smaller home ...
Where to start? How about at the end. We survived! There were moments during our trip to Eger when both Geoff and I thought that our last moments were upon us. Let me try and explain... This was our first meeting with our hosts, Eva and Janos, who are very kind people. Janos was driving. Janos likes to drive. Janos likes to drive fast. Janos likes to talk while he drives (it was during this trip that Geoff learned that getting loud, and sounding angry while doing ...
... magnificent pipes, echoing through the almost empty expanse inside the church. Bach's Suite number 3 in D major sent shivers down my spine!!
Finally we decided it was time for some wine tasting, so we made our way out of town on foot (only a couple of kms) to Szepasszony-völgy, aka Valley of the Beautiful Woman. Has a different ring to it than Hunter valley, or Margaret River! The origin behind the name is not entirely known. Some say Szépasszony was a prehistoric religious ...