Hunguest Hotel Palota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... much (there were many kids though, and they were by no means the only ones splashing). We even stopped at the stand out in front of the bath to get fresh mini-donuts (with a cool, automated mini donut frying machine) and hot drinks (even the hot win - forralt bor - that we have come to like). Everyone came home tired and even somewhat relaxed. I chose not to take my camera into the bath, so I have included a selection of photos from the bath's web site, enjoy!
... 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 ...
Our next stop was Eger, a lovely little village about 2 hours out of Budapest. We spent the day wandering the beautiful little streets and enjoying the tranquility and small town atmosphere. Eger is loaded with yellow cathedrals and similarly bright houses. There are also several lovely town squares jam-packed with restaurants and boutiques. Many vendors sold mulled wine and hot chocolate from ...
... could sell his "bull's blood" to the Muslim Turks. That way they made money, and got back at the Muslims, because of course, they aren't permitted to drink alcohol. (Bulls Blood actually gots is name around 1851).
Most caves are located on a U-shaped road with a park in the centre. The front of each cave looks like a restaurant/bar with an outdoor patio. But when you enter inside it is a cave, with brick ceiling and walls. It was pretty quiet when we arrived, but was sure ...
... hopefully the routing makes some sense.
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 ...