- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Eger
... finding our Airbnb. After some searching, we sent a message to Klara, our host, and she came right out to find us. She showed us the apartment speaking only Hungarian, no English. The place was so nice and so was she! We researched and located "The Valley of the Beautiful Women," a horseshoe-shaped cluster of wineries, on our phones, and decided to take the 20 minute walk there. The road ended and turned into a slender, rocky trail path, but we kept going until it ...
... point for one more trip through the kids course. Laura, Csilla and Istvan finished the course, though Laura had a fight with a ladder and came out with a cut and bruised shin. It was a fantastic activity, which did tire everyone out - and there are places like this all over Europe, so watch out Winklers.
Then it was time for lunch. We stopped at an Irish Pub down the street from the university. Tucked in between several busy ...
... slow down anyone trying to get into the castle). Inside there is clearly a lot of work being done to fix collapsed walls and windows and make the castle more of a show piece. As with the castle at Eger, they make a point of highlighting where they have preserved the original structure, and where it has been reconstructed, but clearly they are doing a lot more reconstruction then preservation here. This castle is much bigger than Boldogkői ...
... in nice contained stone lined channels. This town holds the local rescue and learning center for the Hucul horses. This breed lives mostly wild within the park, though they are small and like to lie down so finding them in the park can be difficult. We went to check out the possibility of riding the horses, but we learned when we arrived that the woman in charge was at lunch. As we decided whether or not to wait, we walked back into the stable area to ...
... mostly just guessing, since we had no maps or anything. The boys spent nearly the entire two hours, running over every surface, shooting out of arrow slits and having sword fights on the side slopes. Why yes, once again I am sure that everybody there knew that there was an American family in the park :)
We had planned to go out to eat in Eger, but no one was hungry when we left the castle just before 5, just cold and tired, so we opted to ...