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The cave bath was a recommendation from Marianna, our Hungarian tutor, and given the grey sky and cooler temperatures, an indoor pool was more appealing than some of the closer places. The drive was long, but uneventful, until we actually reached the site. Then the location looked nothing like the on-line photos, and the billboards were all showing families shooting down the hillside on bobsled tracks (on wheels, no snow required). Took ...
Saturday arrived bright and sunny (napos), and Laura and I finally resolved to actually drive back to the mountains and spend the afternoon skiing. First things first, we needed food in the house and Laura and I needed snowpants. We jumped into the car and drove to Tesco. We found snowpants, food and even bumped into Blake's teacher Akos baci. I think I have run into someone from the Waldorf school every time we've been to Tesco, but then ...
... at the railroad tracks twice, but it wasn't exactly straightforward, we'll have to work on that. We managed to make a passable chili for dinner. A little light in the flavor department since the spice that Keith picked up this morning (kurkuma) in the hopes that it was cumin ended up being turmeric. Go figure.
p.s. Second tray of cookies was edible and the boys are now asleep (and blissfully quiet), so we have made it to a peaceful ...
... mostly just guessing, since we had no maps or anything. The boys spent nearly the entire two hours, running over every surface, shooting out of arrow slits and having sword fights on the side slopes. Why yes, once again I am sure that everybody there knew that there was an American family in the park :)
We had planned to go out to eat in Eger, but no one was hungry when we left the castle just before 5, just cold and tired, so we opted to ...
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 ...