July 11, 2008

Arriving at the Equestrian Farm

These young ladies with trays were waiting for us with locally made apple brandy. It was smooth and strong - especially as it was only 11 a.m., but with a little bit of home made bread...there were no complaints.

On the carriages once more, we were on our way to the vineyards for a wine tasting. There were small family owned places along the way with even a cemetery in the midst which made me wonder whether the town was once out there, or the cometary was for the heroic workers of the grape.

A nice cool spot on a hot day. Remember it was still morning when we bellied up to these tables for a taste of four delightful wines. Then a ride back to the farm for a hearty lunch. More to come...

8 comments:

Jim said...

That looks like a wonderful trip.

Photo Candy said...

Very neat building that those tables were in. It almost looks medieval. It sure looks like a fun trip..

Clueless in boston said...

If it was 11:00AM in Solt, it had to be happy hour somewhere in the world:)

Abu Dhabi/UAE Daily Photo said...

Looks like a fantastic place to visit. I have not yet been to Hungary, but it's on my list. Looking forward to more photos!

Janice Thomson said...

I just love those horse-drawn buggies - what fun the day must have been! Waiting for more... ;)

April said...

A very pretty spot, and that wine-tasting room does look cool and inviting.

Sandy said...

I love that room, I could enjoy spending time in there with some wine.

bram antareja said...

A report on the good tour trip. Visited beautiful places. Regards from Yogyakarta Indonesia.