Hungria

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DIARY  OF  HUNGARY
Friday 7th.  We arrived very early to the airport . Six hours laer we got to Bratislava airport and took a bus to our hotel. The Hlava Stanica was near Matysak hotel. It has a Wine Cellar and confortable rooms. In the afternoon we went to the main Shopping Center where we had lunch. Later we crossed the Danube River towards the Old City and took photos. Gloria was so tired that she went to bed earlier than Arima, Saida and Nacho.
Saturday 8th. . We got up at 9 and had breakfast in the restaurant, a complete one. We left to the Old Town again. While we were walking,  enjoying the view of the old buildings and monuments, the students  were talking.  After having lunch in a Typical Slovakian restaurant, we came back to the hotel and walked to the Station to take the train to Wien. We got at Simmering Station and took the underground to the Hotel.  After, the  group aimed our steps  to the Palace Area to have a view of the these magnificent buildings.  It was already cold, but many persons took part in a race that started in front of the Hofgburn. There was music, dance and lots of families who run or just looked at the participants.
Sunday 9th.  In Wien mornings are different.  We were cold and the temperature was around 5 degrees. Wien is an impressive city, with rich decorations in their buildings and official sites. The stories about kings and queens, battles and modern facts make more interesting this city. So we went to the Empress Sisi museum where we saw her clothes, dishes, porcelain, glasses, pictures, kitchen utensils….Also we visited the personal rooms, like a toilet and wash basin.It really called our attention the places and objects that the  queen used to brush and wash her long hair as well as the strict diet she followed to weigh 45 kilos and to have his small waist. As the students were very hungry, we went and ate a pizza. Back in the hotel, the driver from the transfer company picked up us and drove us to our final point of destination, Gyor. The driver was late, something that not only happens in  the Canaries – we waited for forty five minutes!!! We arrived to Gyor at 9 and met our partners from Comenius. The meetings would start the following day.
Monday 10th. After breakfast, Agnes was waiting for us at the reception. We went to the School Linzt Ferencz and there we met some Hungarian teachers and students who visited us in Gran Canaria, Portugal and Germany.  The partners countries made their presentations, and ours was about El Canario, a prehispanic dance performed in Europeans Courts. After that, we had lunch in El Patio, then we went to the Town Hall where we were received by the Major of Gyor. Finally, we enjoyed a Piano concert performed by the best hungarian pianist. For dinner, we went to Romantika restaurant and the students to families accompanied by Hungarian students.
Tuesday 11th. We started the morning with the sightseeing of Gyor. Some students were in charge of showing us the most important places like the synagogue, the Cathedral and main streets. Later, we had lunch and went back to the school to continue with the presentations and short musical performances.  After that, we visited a museum and we made a postcard.  Back to hotel we had dinner and our students spent some time with their Comenius friends downstarirs.
Wednesday 12th. We visited the Panolhanama Abbey and we discovered the past history of Hungary in relation to religion in the last 10 centuries. It is a Benedictine Abbey but also a boarding school at present. We saw a wine yard and then we went to eat to a typical Hungarian restaurant called csardá. After we went back to school to observe some music lessons and we could enjoy a concert where Agnes was the conductor. This group was formed by a choir, violins, drums, cello,flute… The students enjoyed a lot  specially the partners countries performances, like England, Poland or Romania. Modern music and classical music were joined.  Finally, we went to Arkad, the shopping center near the hotel to change some money and shop.
Thursday 13th. This day we had a trip to Budapest. We got up very early, at 6.30, because it was a long journey by bus. First, we visited Buda mountain with a magnificent view of the capital of Hungary. Then, we went to Buda Castle and walked around the Citadella. The bus took us to the Parliament making some stops in the Bridge which crosses the Danube and in the Heroes Square. Along the main street we could see the buildings of some embassies, theatres and museums.  Late we had lunch and some free time for shopping . Back to the bus, people were tired and got asleep immediately. However, there was some time to join in the restaurant where students were less shy to talk to each other. The farewell party consisted of dancing Hungarian traditional music, around a very old instrument played with great technique. As it is always happens the last day, students exchange their email address and were sad to leave each other after a fabulous week in Gyor, Hungary.
Friday 14th. Breakfast and good bye. Next time, Greece.
 
GLORIA, NACHO, SAIDA AND ARIMA
 

5 Responses

  1. 1
    Vidina Romana 1º TASS 

    What is typically fron hungrary? After having lunch in a Typical Slovakian restaurant.

    What do you like? I like pizza.

    What don`t you like? I don`t like football.

  2. 2
    Corina Pérez Vera 1º tass 

    The Hungary traditional es the porcelain, the music classic and the product handmade. In his food is basic the meat because in Hungary have very cold. The landscape are very beautiful ( the mountains, museums) but also his tipycal dress.
    In summary Hungary is very beautiful but I don,t go

  3. 3
    Brenda herrera 1º TASS 

    what is typically from Hungry?
    Is a typical hungry streets, museums, cathedrals ..
    much food the restaurant is named typical of the country, the music in the streets accompanied by instruments.
    looks nice but this country

  4. 4
    Idaira Herrera Reina 1º TASS 

    typical of Hungary at ancient monuments, typical restaurants (Slovakia), music, dance ..
    I draw much attention in the museum of Vienna where the Empress had: clothes, porcelain plates, cups, tables, cooking utensils.
    too cold to accompany them as 5 degrees in Vienna,
    tube also very nice to see the cathedral, the synagogue ..
    It must be very nice to see the sights of the capital of Hungary.

  5. 5
    Pilar Martin Sosa 1º TASS 

    The Hungrary typically monuments, statues,, palaces and streets.

    The Hungrary food is typicall drumsticks sauce.
    Halloween parties.

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