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... the viewing areas helped us understand a little more. I took pictures of many signs just to help me remember some of the history.
A stroll around the area found us observing the phenomenon of Locks of Love. Thousands and thousands of these locks, with couples' names and dates were affixed to some of the gates and in a special sculpture area. This is the second time we have seen this; the first was in Koln, Germany. (Last year we saw this also in Thailand.) We ...
... across Hungary and then as evening approached we arrived in Tokaj. We were heading for Slovakia and left the GPS to pick the route. Well Wanda (the GPS) obviously felt guilty about letting us down a few weeks ago and took us to this wine lovers haven, Tokaj, to 'make up’.
Not only is it a charming village surrounded by a wine route with over 40 wine cellars, it also has a pleasant, ...
We embarked on the ship yesterday afternoon after walking to The Great Market Hall. After dinner the ship sailed past Budapest around 9:15pm when the city was all lit up. Arrived in Mohacs this morning. Hot. Hot. Hot. Taking a tour to Peçs, Hungary after lunch. Tried a new dish today! Potato noodles with cabbage and mushrooms in a cream sauce. Fantastic! Rained in Peçs during our tour so we just drove around looking at the ...
... AC/fan, etc. to be had. Gonna be a hot night. I joined the others as Dennis showed us the farm. He had the ladies picking tomatoes, potatoes, onions, etc. in their garden areas. We looked like immigrant farm workers. They had rabbitts, chickens, and other small animals running around the area. They gave us Elderberry juice and apricots to eat. We just sat around talking. On a map he had hanging on the porch, Wendie & Charlotte looked ...
... and it was the biggest we've ever seen. He couldn't finish it. The dining room, while very elegant, was virtually empty. After dinner we wandered about for a short while as it was raining.
The next morning, Deb went off to visit the Zsolnay Porcelain Musuem. The porcelain factory opened in 1853, but it was through the innovative efforts of the founder's son, Vilmos, that Zsolnay Porcelain flourished.
Trained as an artist, Vilmos invented a type of ...