Kulacs Csarda Panzio
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... in the skinny streets. After a stop at the ever-fabulous McCafe for coffee (it was the only thing open on a Sunday), we hiked up to see the castle. This particular castle-ruin was perched atop the hill, (much like all military fortresses with available hills). Anyway, there were some absolutely spectacular views of the town below. I love the way these brightly coloured towns look from a ...
... flying, and cars on the roads. Obviously, this can all be done with cameras and projectors today, but imagine how astonished people were when it was revealed in 1776! Definitely worth climbing 9 stories, and a highlight of our visit.
Across the street is the Eger Cathedral, the second biggest in Hungary. Its imposing edifice and ornate baroque interior were worth a quick visit. It had a beautiful dome, stained glass windows and the second largest organ in Hungary.
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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 ...
... whether or not the relatively new clutch on the relatively new car was going to take much more abuse. Oh, and Janos is diabetic, and carries his insulin with him everywhere, and had only one food stop from 9 am to 9 pm. Thank God the man doesn't drink. Remind me to share with you (complete with the hand gestures) the time when we were only half way back to Budapest at dusk and we hit the soft shoulder on the narrow secondary road and there was that moment of ...
... of locals would just come in with their empty plastic coke bottles or jerry cans, have a glass, fill up their bottles, and be on their way. Majorly cheap wine, and very decent quality. Some better than others, but many have won international awards. They do standards like Riesling, C******nay and Cab-Sauvs, as well as some local specialties, the most famous being Egri Bikavér (or Bull's blood), a rich fiery red. We first tried Hagymási Borozó, which had been recommended by both our ...