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... for ourselves!
The cave bath was a recommendation from Marianna, our Hungarian tutor, and given the grey sky and cooler temperatures, an indoor pool was more appealing than some of the closer places. The drive was long, but uneventful, until we actually reached the site. Then the location looked nothing like the on-line photos, and the billboards were all showing families shooting down the hillside on bobsled tracks (on wheels, no snow required). Took ...
... seems to be when everyone goes shopping and it's a small town.
We ran home again, put away the food and got our long johns on and headed out the door. As we drove out of town, Blake and Laura settled down to read which did not help my inability to read European highway signs. We're getting better, but since they avoid words that would need to be translated between countries they can get to be very cryptic until you work out the ...
... 1/2 Tablespoon, and the rocks glass is about 1 cup and I use those to estimate amounts. Oh, and despite the fact that there are the bodies of two hand-mixers in the cupboard, I just discovered that there was only one beater in the drawer and it doesn't fit either one! So, I had to mix the dough by hand. (First batch just came out - most of them are raw in the middle, and burnt black on the bottom. I might need to move to wine.)
We really did have a good ...
... layered concoctions are something that the Hungarians are very proud of, and something they miss when living abroad. I understand that there is a competition each summer for the title of 'Hungary's Cake', (e.g. http://hungarytoday.hu/cikk/hungarys-ca ke-presented-first-time) for the best new recipe that uses an assigned theme ingredient. All of the ingredients need to be sourced in Hungary as well. Cafe's around the country can sell the ...
... across the wine growing valleys.
We figured it probably wasn't responsible to spend ALL day at the wineries, so in the morning we spent a bit more time in town. We climbed the very very narrow winding steps of the 40 metre Minaret (not for the claustrophobic!!). At the top is only an incredibly narrow platform balcony embraced by a low iron bannister. The panorama was magnificent, but I hadn't quite realised the extend of my fear of heights! Weird that I can paraglide off a hill ...