Zlatna Kruna (Golden Crown)
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... change. He told us we would “wisit” an amazing church.
We were treated to a recital from the second largest church organ in Europe. It has 7,600 pipes. Amazing sound. Pecs had an organ factory as well as a porcelain factory that creates beautiful roof tiles that survive extreme weather. Once again we heard the history of Hungary and all the invaders. There were Romans, then the Huns(Attila precisely), ...
Day 43 - 39 miles - Sombor
Really good day. Perfectly operating bike, great mood, excellent road condition, 20 degrees, first strong tailwind of the trip and well rested legs all combined to allow me to positively fly out of Hungary and into Serbia. Passed more sunflower fields (finally open and full of cheer), first slight hills for a while, lots of understated scenery waving in the wind. Had my passport stamped at the border and realised that this was the ...
June 9, 2013
Dávod-Püspökpuszta to Sombor, 48 km, total 1538 km
Piccolina Pansion 4000RSD ($46), double with breakfast
$1=86.55 RSD (Serbian Dinars)
- Detour to visit Vodica-Máriakert.
- Hungarian/Ser bian Border Crossing (Bye-Bye European Union)
- Serbian Hospitality.
A Dismal Breakfast
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... appetite did not match mine so I also received half of her meal and an ice cream to complete my glutinous experience. Afterwards we went to an incredible pub full of old collectors items and talked for hours. Yet again, Im staying with someone from a completely different walk of life, but thanks to couchsurfing I have been able to gain an insight. I go to bed content, I just wish I could figure out how to use a Serbian keyboard.