Kulacs Csarda Panzio
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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!
... that required a deposit left at the ticket window). Sam and Blake went to the top of the nearest little hill and strapped their skis on, this of course proved to be a bad idea since the little hill ran straight into the crowd of people working their way through the turnstile and into the ski area. Sam has never been on skis previously, just a snowboard, and he shot down the hill and immediately realized that he could not stop. He sat down ...
... there were probably closer to 200 people there, all spread out along what is essentially a ski slope, but with no lift. Apparently sledding is a serious activity here - there were sledders of all ages. Lots of young families, but also grandpas on their sleds, teenagers and groups of young adults. The latter were very entertaining to watch, standing around in a crowd smoking, laughing at whoever was brave enough to have a go. The most popular sleds were the ...
... directions, I guess we will just pay more, because it sure made life much easier! It was a cold, rainy day in Godollo, but we did eventually get to snow on the mountain. Not enough for sledding, but we did see some families trying up there. It looks like a fabulous area for hiking in the summer, and clearly the start of a tourist industry, with signs for wine tasting and go karts. We didn't get out to walk around in the snow (two someones had ...
... 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, ...