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... used to it, but you really had to get in and start moving around - not standing at the entrance trying to get boys to try it out). They next panicked about the dark part of the family pool. I finally got each boy to go in, then we had to go back to get mom (who was trying to relax without us - in the few opportunities that presented themselves).
Overall, it was a fantastic experience. Only a few glares from older ladies when the boys would splash a ...
... so we dragged the boys in (at least we dragged them in once we had figured out how to use the electronic lift passes - that required untying Blake's pass so that it could reach the adult sized scanning machine.) The bunny slope proved to be exactly the confidence builder that was needed. A few times down the slope and back up the rope tow, and both boys were ready to move up to the next bigger slope, and then out to the main hill ...
Fair warning - I am beyond crabby this evening, so read at your own risk. Although according to Michelle's summary of our posts to date, it is apparently my job to give the more negative side of things, while Keith is all sunshine and roses and adventure :)
I am finding Sunday evenings hard. As Keith reported, daily life is getting more routine so there are just fewer horrifying mistakes or funny misunderstandings to describe (although I could probably throw in ...
... in the spring.
The rest of the drive down to Eger ended up being fairly winding and Sam and I were both wishing we had stopped to walk around a bit. Once again Google saved us - Eger was a pretty big town, and I doubt we would have navigated the city streets up to the hillside with the castle without help (or at least without a lot less harmony in the car, since we had enough trouble even with Google). In any case, we made it with almost ...
... point. The minaret (left there from the Ottoman rule of yesteryear) and white churches stuck out like sore thumbs from the rest of the colourful buildings with red roofs.
After walking along the stone pathways of the castle, we discovered something amazing! This divine discovery was a super-ghetto and terrifying wax museum inside the castle walls! The entry was only 100 HF- around 1 euro, ...