Travel Blogs from Pecs
... s already getting warm. The old Dutch guy confirms that yesterday the temperature was 37C. Too hot!
he shows us around the old water mill workings after which the camping ground is named. The main grinding wheel was both water and steam operated. It is dated 1776.
I try on his clogs, too big.
There's also a Belgian family here with a camper van. The guy is a big Harley rider. They offer coffee and we sit around chatting as the ...
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... to be in these kind of environments. This town makes you feel really safe, since theres not a whole lot going on but its just a really clean city. It almost feels like you're back a few centuries into history walking through a time capsule because a lot of the people still dress like the olden days.
Pictures of just Pecs to follow tomorrow or so. I should go to bed since we have a long day tomorrow and it's getting late. Here are some of Budapest. ...
01 July 2011 (Hotel Konig - Pecs)
• Still rainy and quite a bit cooler
• Another nice breakfast at Erszebet, although Betty experimented and got disappointed with scrambled eggs, French toast and a croissant.
• Clothes were still a bit damp, so left them hanging while went to TI to send email to Collins; sent quick notes to Cassie and Caitie as well.
• When came out ...
... especially for me as I stayed at the Uni with my calf packed in ice! Deb went down to the old town to look at a couple of museums and also did an organised walking tour of the town. We then met up with Robyn, Colin, Mary and Grant and had a few pre-dinner drinks before a nice meal at the nearby Italian restaurant.
Friday 8th July: An early start for the long final day. Traveled with Mary and Grant and then hopped ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking