Petnehazy Club Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Conference facilities
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... in a 'normal' restaurant. Anna was incredibly informative who ended up giving us an extra hour of her time! There was just the 4 of us and she talked from 11am 'til 4pm and we were never bored. She had her own interesting story to tell. Tim asked if she's Jewish. Well not so straight forward. Her Great Grandmother was Jewish but fell in love with her Great Grandfather who was Catholic. They were not allowed to marry so they eloped and she converted to catholicism. She ...
... Hungarian conflict. It was only opened for the public in 2008 and still has most of its original hospital equipment, although it was last used in the 60's. Although it was designed to hold around 60 people, there were periods of time when it housed over 600 patients. It was very cool to see how a secret hospital tucked away in underground tunnels functioned! Once we finished our museum touring and history lessons, we got on a free (and air conditioned) bus to quickly see some ...
... I like being able to spend half a euro on beers, one and a half euro on a gyros, to go drink in a place covered in graffiti and broken furniture and still have change leftover for a gourmet breakfast.
Which is what I plan to do tomorrow night. Tonight I'm chilling out and I am going to enjoy it immensely.
PS - I almost got hit by a car today. Note to self: when you see a pedestrian crossing, check it isn't controlled by pedestrian crossing ...
... to be a bit churched-out as you travel around Europe, but this one was worth a look. Because of Hungary's religious mixture and history of conflict, this church has previously been converted into a mosque and then back to the Christian church it is today. The result is a mix of styles. Though obviously christian, some of the colouring and decoration shows the middle-eastern, Islamic influence. And with the organ playing in the background, it was ...
... us she really thought we should go. This counted as the monthly outing for all Fulbright scholars in Hungary, so we got to meet the student scholar's who have been here since fall semester (about 10). All of the faculty scholars from the fall but one have returned home (they are mostly only funding faculty for one semester, in order to host more people.) We had a welcome to the library facilities of the HAS, and then broke into two groups for tours ...