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... on!! Straight away her and her husband sit us down and start with the first of what turned into 5 wines: Sav Blanc, Rosé, Merlot, Cab Sav & a Bermet (local fortified wine - which for a non-fan of fortified wine was great stuff). As we start chatting, the owners tell us they have just won a Decanter silver award for their 2012 Cab Sav. As it happens, James has a copy of the Decanter awards mag in the car, so off he goes to get it out. Sure enough ...
... nothing to offer. The ex Austro-Hungarian empire is full of little known treasures however.
Real evidence that we're really in the countryside. A forlorn looking vegetable stand. What happens to all the peppers that are sold? Do they all go into šopska salata or are there dishes that just don't make it onto restaurant menus?
The match museum... closed. I hope they didn't have an accident.
... we were already in this park by the Danube. With the keep off the grass sign. Or did it say GUR? Really pleasant. This bloke played a bit of Zorba so Neil and I hammed it up and had a dance. I think Axeman was supposed to share that photo. I must remember to get him to use my camera in future. Interestingly enough I've since been told that Zorba's dance isn't traditionally Greek at all but something invented for ...
... for a maiden waiting to be rescued. Bit low I think.
Ah, the clock tower again. The time is clearly now five to three.
Back up on the top of the fortress, but on the other side, we had this nice view of the old town.
And this church in the distance in what is possibly a nearby village.
It's strange that the entire city seems to have drifted to ...
... the malls in the newer part of town. I suppose with all the pubs and cafés they get a bit of foot traffic.
Here we go, a few more snaps of the heaps of spots to sit in the middle of town.
Strangely enough I didn't really sit down at any of these outside areas much. Perhaps once?
But they look great, and inviting. I suppose they're more conducive to larger groups. Or I ...