Hunguest Hotel Kikelet
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... city! I thought the city was much bigger than this, but there were no people out. It's a university city, so that surprised me. Maybe it was early to eat at 7? or late? But we didn't see anyone at the restaurants or bars.
We ate at a Serbian place that was decorated with antiques but was mostly empty. We saw seafood on the menu for the first time in awhile and got a squid salad that was "meh." ...
Today was our last full day in Pecs. Tomorrow Dee and I will catch the train to Budapest where we will have one more day before our departure to Calgary and home. It has been a wonderful three weeks travelling with our wonderful travelling companions Doug and Dana. Today was highlighted with a wonderful lady who was our guide for a good part of the afternoon.She brought meaning to many things with her very through commentaries and explanations.She treated us to ...
Beautiful day in Pecs today. Pecs is a city of much culture and many beautiful museums.We were able to see a temporary exhibit of Leonardo DaVince. The man was truly a genius having come up with designs for a flying machine and a self propelled buggy back in ...
... that was weatherproof and resilient as steel; and could be sculpted and painted any colour. He won many awards in the late 1800's and was a hit throughout Hungary as this porcelain found its way into Art Nouveau architecture and decorative ware. He also developed a glaze, eosin, that gave porcelain a glimmering iridescent effect. Very striking.
After WWII, the factory was nationalized by the Communists, the name disappeared and the quality went downhill. ...
... burials over the course of the 4th century. The frescoes of some of the burials were really great, showing very recognisable scenes from both the new and Old Testament (my favourite being Noah's arc being depicted as a small box barely big enough to fit himself, seems that the ancients were better at viewing the bible as analogous than some Christians today). It also happened to be the towns annual food and wine festival while I was there, so ...