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- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... By now it was after 5pm so it was off to the Valley of Beautiful Women, (aka Sirens Valley) just on the edge of town. Most families in this area grow their own grapes and produce wine, which they store and sell from the caves in the hillside. Hungary is known for its red wine (Egri Bikaver) aka, Bulls Blood. One story has it that the Ottomans, amazed by the ferocity of the Egerites asked a merchant what made them so strong and their beards so red. The merchant ...
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Noszvaj is a small town of about 1800, where my dad grew up. It is near the larger centre of Eger which is known for its thermal springs. My aunt and uncle had built a large house for their family, who had since moved out with families of their own, so we had a huge place to ourselves, including our own bedrooms and bathrooms which was a bonus. Aranka and her husband Gyuszi now lived next door in a smaller home ...
... actually a genetically Hungarian thing.) So, imagine, if you will, a 75-year-old, hot-blooded Hungarian, driving a 4-cylinder Suzuki Swift like it's a Maserati. Except Janos doesn't like to pay for the toll highway, which is significantly more efficient, time-wise, and infinitely less narrow, with paved shoulders and good lighting. Not enough? I will add that Janos and Grandpa Tony have similar braking styles, and Janos's car is a manual transmission. ...
... host and the LP. It was probably the prettiest of all of the cellars, inside was like a temple or cathedral to wine in the dark cool caves, and their wine was definitely one of the better qualities, but the rude lady serving with zero idea of customer service turned us off a bit. We preferred sitting on the outside balconies of some of the lesser known and cheaper cellars like Kiss Pincészet. By later in the afternoon and after several glasses of wine, most of the cellars were packed ...