Hotel Makar Sport & Wellness
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... and Croatia now and we wanted to visit another city in Hungary before leaving. The guidebook said it's about the only other city worth visiting if you're short of time.
We arrived at about 6 pm on a Tuesday and walked to our apartment. We scored on this one. It's a small but recently renovated room in a nice quiet building near the main square and pedestrian mall. After checking in, we found ...
... demonstration of the cathedral organ in Pecs as well as a beautiful song she sang for us in the crypt below the church.Her voice truly angelic in the wonderful acoustics of this unique space. We then visited an early Christian burial grounds from the second to the fourth century with the wonderful frescoes and colourings still beautiful after nearly 2000 years. Our day was topped of with a wonderful meal of todos Teasta a traditional Hungarian dish. Truly a fun ...
... century.the museum had several working models on display as well as many of his drawings. This evening we had a wonderful Hungarian meal in a little place off the beaten path. We only have one full day left and tomorrow we will be doing a tour with a private ...
... and it was the biggest we've ever seen. He couldn't finish it. The dining room, while very elegant, was virtually empty. After dinner we wandered about for a short while as it was raining.
The next morning, Deb went off to visit the Zsolnay Porcelain Musuem. The porcelain factory opened in 1853, but it was through the innovative efforts of the founder's son, Vilmos, that Zsolnay Porcelain flourished.
Trained as an artist, Vilmos invented a type of ...
After leaving Budapest I took a really pretty train journey through the Hungarian countryside to Pecs, a town in southern Hungary. Pecs was founded by the Romans some 2000 years ago, and today is a small university town that has both escaped the ravages of communist architecture and mass tourism. It has a really pretty centre, located within the remains of medieval town walls and with a jumbled collection of Austrian architecture, medieval mosques ...