- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with the names of two towns that you have never heard of, it is very difficult to figure out which side of the roundabout you should exit. Google maps, which does work on our phones, can help with this but it is not always fast enough nor explicit enough (sometimes it provides other town names than are on the sign). As we left Godollo following a different route than normal, I found the signs for getting on the highway hard to interpret - ...
... what he suggested (in Hungarian, of course). I may have given Keith an incorrect interpretation of the hand motions, but why on earth did he listen to me?
There was a collection of buildings and things scattered across the top of the mountain, around the base of the huge TV tower that Keith visited and took pictures from back in October, including what looked like a private house renting sleds, a small ski school, and a shack selling a really random ...
... cake by special license, so that everyone can have an opportunity to try it. In any case, Elza asked me if I wanted fruit or chocolate - I went for fruit since it was still kind of breakfast time in my world, so she chose an apple poppy seed cake. Don't think poppy seed muffin like we have at home - these were dense layers of ground poppy seed, which had a very earthy, almost coffee flavor. Now I know the routine, and I know that there are many ...
... stairwell and back into the main room. Oh well, it was still well worth the 100 HF.
We finished up our tour of Eger by continuing to meander around the town. It was really nice to be away from the big city, without a large list of sights and attractions that had to be seen ASAP. We made the best of our short time here before heading back to Budapest before packing to head out to ...
... visited the Lyceum. Built in 1765, the Bishop had sought agreement from the Hapsburg Emperor Joseph II to build a University, but it was declined. So he went ahead and built the Lyceum and today it houses one of the finest teacher training colleges in the country. The building houses a beautiful library containing over 60,000 books and priceless manuscripts.
We visited the Astronomy Museum on the 6th floor (note - many steps, over 300) contains 18th-century astronomical ...