Petnehazy Club Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... statues balls' law can you! The tour also took us up to the Buda castle. Next to the castle was a statue of Turul, a mythical bird and the legend goes that in ancient times the Hungarians would follow this wise bird wherever it went. When it got to Hungary it dropped it's sword and that's where the Hungarians settled! Our guide also suggested traditional food and drinks to try and some of them were quite intriguing. One of the desserts was a chocolate bar and in the centre was ...
... Saint Stephen I of Hungary, the first King of Hungary (c. 975–1038), whose incorruptible right hand is housed in the reliquary. This is the most important church building in Hungary, one of the most significant tourist attractions and the third highest building in Hungary.
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... took us through a variety of environments, river valley, vineyards, beautiful villages to stop and explore. It was truly magical.
Overall the bike paths were fantastic. Europe is so geared to riding. Mostly you were on a separate bike path but there were a few km we had to be in traffic, one of them was a bit scary!!! We also had to ride over a very high bridge, we had our separate lane BUT it was only 4 feet wide and I did not dare look down to the water....it was ...
The plan for today was to explore the Jewish quarter, including the Great Synagogue, the largest inEurope and second largest in the world. After our usual hearty breakfast of yoghurt and musli, cold cuts, cheese, liver wurst and bread, we were off. I was surprised how close the Jewish Quarter was- I don't remember having been there before but I was younger so I could be wrong... We found the huge synagogue with ease but what do you know, it was a Jewish high holiday on the ...
... of my favorite spices in the world: Paprika. Paprika is made from red peppers, and can be wither sweet or spicy. I much prefer the sweet kind, which is more generally used for cooking. The goulash was full of paprika; I was in heaven. I walked through the stalls for about an hour just taking in the sights and smells. It really is a large hall. I bought some sausages for the road, and headed ...