Hotel Eger Park
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... a Unesco World Heritage site because of its unique grasslands landscape and cultural heritage, and Galya Teto, the highest point in Hungary... all with my dad as tour director. We also enjoyed morning walks around Noszvaj, where my father had grown up and had lots of stories to tell, from singing in a choir on the church steps, to draining barrels of wine in their cellar so the Russian soldiers would not be able to take it. Our hosts, Aranka and Gyuszi, ...
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 ...
... love and sacrifices were made to her here. Farmers say there was a famously beautiful woman who used to sell wine in one of the cellars. Of course we made several jokes that I was the beautiful woman!! Unlike the wine regions in Australia, it is extremely easy to get from cellar to cellar here. No need to do a bus tour or have a car - you just walk as they are right next to each other! The over 150 cellars are carved into several hundred metre thick tufa in the hills of the valley, ...