Hunguest Hotel Palota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had a long, winding drive through the deep forest where we came across maybe two cars in a matter of 45 minutes. This had both of us a little on edge wondering if we were going to come to a road closure because earlier in the drive we saw some signs with X marks through them...again. We made it out of the mountains (phew!) and back to civilization. We drove through quite a few small, run down towns but managed to see the charm in all of them. We got to Eger and had a ...
... Only one person on an element, no more than three people on a platform at any one time. After a few warm up challenges, the course divides with the kids course staying low, and the adult course climbing up higher into the trees. This park mixed the easier and more challenging elements, so there were no green, blue and black routes, though there were a couple of places where you could chose different paths. At one of those, Istvan headed ...
... of modern Hungary, invasions by the Huns and Turks, rebellions against the Hapsburg's, etc.). Finally a climb up a spiral stairway within the original triangular tower of the castle to a glass floored observation platform where you could look out from the original battlements. It was a neat mixture of original stone work with modern engineering that allowed us to see be be in the original castle, without it having to support the weight of all ...
... but the city noises are very different, especially those coming from the "American Bar" across the street. So we woke this morning not as well rested as we had hoped for the first day of vacation. Skies were gray and the forecast was for 80% chance of rain. The plan was to drive north to Aggteleki Nemzeti Park on the Slovakian border and take a short tour of a small part of the local cave system, which is mostly in Hungary but does stretch into Slovakia. The ...
... of Silicka where Renata Angylaova prepared a traditional food called Silicka plat. This is a simple food made from potatoes, flour, and salt. The potatoes are grated into a sort of porridge form and mixed with flour, milk, and salt. The mixture is poured into a metal pan that was coasted with pig lard and is cooked over the oven until the edges begin to brown. The pancake like creation was scraped out of the pan and onto a plate. With the smell permeating the whole house we all ...