Kulacs Csarda Panzio
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... 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, ...
... Blood. That way he 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 ...
... made it back to Edmonton safe and sound. Thanks go out to my father and his wife MariePaule for organizing the trip, Judy and Will for being able to work their schedules around to allow us to all be there together, and Aunt Aranka and family for their hospitality. Amig legkozelebb!
From Noszvaj we drove back to Zagreb where we spent a night and then caught our flight to Split to meet friends for a week for a week of sailing in the Dalmatian Islands. Stay ...
... that our lives were about to end in an Hungarian ditch. It was at that moment that I started praying out loud, to anyone who might listen -- God, Jesus, Mother Mary, Allah! -- deliver us! And then, right after knocking the side mirror off a parked car on a narrow, one-way side street of Budapest, we found our salvation. The Hotel Palazzo Zichy, our oasis in Budapest, conveniently located right across the street from a Catholic Church. Thank The Lord! We are ...
A two hour train trip from Budapest through fields and fields of blooming bright yellow sunflowers, brought us to the beautiful little town of Eger. Our pension hotel was right in the centre of town and our room even had a small balcony with views of one of the towns many church spires.
Our main reason for visiting Eger was for its wine, but we thought we better take in some of the other sights as well, so spent the afternoon we arrived enjoying the small town atmosphere and ...