Hunguest Hotel Palota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
We are now starting to become pretty train savvy, or so we think. We took an earlier train to Kosice to make sure we didn't miss our connection since it was the only train destined for Eger that day. And it's a good thing, because the train we had considered taking was now scheduled to arrive 15 min late so we would have missed our connection. Smugly, we hopped on our train, scheduled to depart at 18:04. It left at 18:15 and since we had a 2 minute transfer in Fuzeabony, ...
... 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 ...
... actually a genetically Hungarian thing.) So, imagine, if you will, a 75-year-old, hot-blooded Hungarian, driving a 4-cylinder Suzuki Swift like it's a Maserati. Except Janos doesn't like to pay for the toll highway, which is significantly more efficient, time-wise, and infinitely less narrow, with paved shoulders and good lighting. Not enough? I will add that Janos and Grandpa Tony have similar braking styles, and Janos's car is a manual transmission. ...
... we saw offered cheese platters. There were restaurants but these are completely separate to the cellars at the bottom of the hill. I reckon they could definitely make a killing and differentiate themselves by expanding and offering food and wine pairing or other gourmet snack foods. But that said, then it wouldn't be as unique. It was a completely different wine valley experience to any other we've ever had, a tonne of fun, and a great way to end our time in Hungary. And with that, ...