Travel Blogs from Pecs
Hello again! Sorry for the long delay but things have been crazy over here, plus I haven't been anywhere all that interesting to write about. But, this has changed with my weekend trip to Pecs, Hungary. The trip was organized with the school so all the McDaniel study abroad students joined me on the trip. Pecs is a pretty city of around 162,000 …
... ridden walls. There is a thick smoke hovering every where from all the fires, people just burning their rubbish we think, as it smells horribly of plastic. Found a picnic spot next to a river for the night, and being extra carefull as not to sure of the surroundings. What a Gypsy life. Three meals/Three countries... Breakfast in Hungary, lunch in Croatia, dinner in ...
There is a small mirrored room explaining the five pillars of Islam before going into the actual Mosque. The Mosque had typical Turkish features
... us every day, and some traveled 50 minutes each way by bus just to see us. The value of friendship I had with them is so different than some that I'm used to back home; I don't know any new friend that would travel from a village 50 minutes away just to spend time with me.
Though we all had different views on religion, partying, whats considered fun, literature, poetry, outdoor activity, cuss words, alcohol, what have you; we all bonded on a level that ...
... side of the prairie was a very beautiful protestant church (that no longer gets used often) but is still up for historical purposes. In between the church and the homes was a kids play area made of wood, and their version of a soccer field. And that was it. No schools, no cars, no people in sight. Nothing. But the scenery was beautiful. For having no job and relying on selling harvested watermelons to support your ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed