- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the skinny streets. After a stop at the ever-fabulous McCafe for coffee (it was the only thing open on a Sunday), we hiked up to see the castle. This particular castle-ruin was perched atop the hill, (much like all military fortresses with available hills). Anyway, there were some absolutely spectacular views of the town below. I love the way these brightly coloured towns look from a ...
... up handfuls of these and putting them in a bag-even after we paid her.
We passed the minaret - the last remains of an Ottoman Temple; the cross at the top signifies the Christian victory over the Turks. We ended our tour with a visit to the Marzipan Museum. It's sounds like a weird thing to see, but Deb found it really interesting. It held the creations of Lajos Kopscik, who has won several awards for his work. Not only was there a grandfather clock, Russian dolls ...
August 31st was a long travel day. Gord and I flew from Edinburgh to Zagreb, via London, and then drove along Lake Balaton to Budapest (where we picked up my brother) and on to a small town in Hungary called Noszvaj, where my father, sister Judy, and Aunt Aranka and family were waiting for us. It was more driving than I had expected, but if you saw the jigsaw puzzle of travel coordinates I was trying to piece together without breaking the bank when I started ...
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 ...
... we saw offered cheese platters. There were restaurants but these are completely separate to the cellars at the bottom of the hill. I reckon they could definitely make a killing and differentiate themselves by expanding and offering food and wine pairing or other gourmet snack foods. But that said, then it wouldn't be as unique. It was a completely different wine valley experience to any other we've ever had, a tonne of fun, and a great way to end our time in Hungary. And with that, ...