BY JANET STEINBERG
As I said in PART ONE of this series, you have probably never heard of these far away places with strange sounding names that hover below the average traveler’s radar. However, trust me…once you have been there you will never forget them.
Once again, let’s have some fun and test your knowledge of geography. Before you read beyond the name of each place, see if you can name what country it is in. The country’s name is included somewhere in the text that follows each name!
SZENTENDRE: A cruise along the Danube Bend, the most scenic stretch of the Danube River takes you to the town of Szentendre, Hungary. Just north of Budapest, Szentendre is home to the fabulous Margit Kovács Ceramic Museum, It is also the best place to buy paprika and Helia-D, the magical face and eye creams in the little black glass jars…cheaper than in Budapest, and less than in the US.
|TOWN SQUARE IN SZENTENDRE|