Hunguest Hotel Palota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... their boots in the car, as was suggested) and Sam was getting anxious to see the castle (he was wearing his new knight hat after all), so we continued down the other side. Keith was able to find the market stall where the guy sells his home brewed beer in warmer weather. He was introduced to the selection in October, as well as the lane that takes you to the well with sulfur water that people drink for health benefits, so I am eager to go back ...
... point. The minaret (left there from the Ottoman rule of yesteryear) and white churches stuck out like sore thumbs from the rest of the colourful buildings with red roofs.
After walking along the stone pathways of the castle, we discovered something amazing! This divine discovery was a super-ghetto and terrifying wax museum inside the castle walls! The entry was only 100 HF- around 1 euro, ...
... from ******** on it), then a control that directs the mirror in any circular horizontal direction, and finally a control that lifts the mirror in any vertical direction to widen the circumference of the view. With these three controls, the guide flew us over the streets of Eger, and the view was reflected through the lens onto the round white table. We were stunned with the clarity and colour, and closeness of it all. We could see every building in the old city, and people walking, ...
... courtesy of Aranka, including flowers for the birthday girls (me and Judy!) and a very delicious chocolate layered birthday cake. The second night was another big meal featuring homemade hungarian sausage.. and lots of vino! We ate in their "cellar", which looks like a big kitchen large dining room when you walk in, but as you descend towards the back it turns into a working cellar, where they make and store their wine and other spirits, as well as mounds of ...
... 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. ...