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... the end result of a country that developed most of its roads under a centralized government that chose to start/end all roads in Budapest. In any case, it made for a slower but more interesting drive as we cut across southern Hungary through Pecs and finally into Villany.
The countryside on the way in was very nice, but there were a few moments of worry in the front seat as were staying in an ...
... ladies now know that I am stalking them. They are so delightful and I love their dry senses of humor. Joan was thrilled, as she said she had never had a stalker before. She also mentioned that had she known I was going to take her picture, she would have put some “slap” on. Turns out that is makeup. I love hearing new expressions. Don't say “Have you slapped? Or did you have a chance to slap?”. THAT ...
... have uncovered the ruins of the Roman town of Sopianae and have uncovered some of the ruins of the town, but also the subterranean tombs that were under the town. The tour involves narrow stairs and view pints where you can look down, to the side and even up into the uncovered site and see frescoes in the crypts and even a wine glass that was interred with its owner nearly 2000 years ago.
Then it was a race back to the hotel room where we were going ...
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Thursday, November 20, 2014
Pecs, Hungary (Pronounced "Paitch")
It was a comfortable train ride from Budapest to Pecs, a lovely city in the south. We're heading ...
Pécs is a colourful historic town near Hungary's southern border filled with art, museums, decorative tile and Roman Ruins. Pécs has one of the two largest Universities in Hungary, rivalling Budapest. With 30,000 students, Pecs has a youthful feel.
Our 3 hr train ride to Pécs was quite pleasant. We arrived on time, caught a taxi and were at the hotel in no time. The Hotel Palatinius is the granddaddy of hotels with a beautiful Art Nouveau lobby, smack dab in the centre of ...