Hunguest Hotel Kikelet
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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A 50 minute bus ride brought us from the Danube dock of Mohacs to the fifth largest city of Hungary - Pecs. The pronunciation is more like Pesh. Population of the city is about 180,000, with 20,000 of the residents being students at a major university. The Turks occupied the city and then the Romans, and the Hapsburgs, so there is a strong influence coming from various directions.
I slept some on this bus ride so my memories are minimal. Some days I just have ...
... across Hungary and then as evening approached we arrived in Tokaj. We were heading for Slovakia and left the GPS to pick the route. Well Wanda (the GPS) obviously felt guilty about letting us down a few weeks ago and took us to this wine lovers haven, Tokaj, to 'make up’.
Not only is it a charming village surrounded by a wine route with over 40 wine cellars, it also has a pleasant, ...
We embarked on the ship yesterday afternoon after walking to The Great Market Hall. After dinner the ship sailed past Budapest around 9:15pm when the city was all lit up. Arrived in Mohacs this morning. Hot. Hot. Hot. Taking a tour to Peçs, Hungary after lunch. Tried a new dish today! Potato noodles with cabbage and mushrooms in a cream sauce. Fantastic! Rained in Peçs during our tour so we just drove around looking at the ...
... stop, they had a department store with groceries. Everything was on sale! They had a lot of empty clothing racks and shelves. They were in the process of packing up and closing the store. Our included lunch stop was at a mini Medieval village. The restaurant had some buildings, a playground, a couple of cabins you could rent for the night, etc. We walked around a little taking pictures and playing on the seesaw before sitting down to ...
... Sam, Blake and Emmit while the adults headed out into the country to Villány, a small town near the Croatian border that has a history of German speaking peoples making excellent wine. Here dad, Laura and I participated in a hearty meal of sliced meat and cheese with bread, peppers and other fresh vegetables, while sampling the first of three wines. Then it was down into the family wine cellar, which date back a couple hundred years. The family winery we ...