After we left the monastery, Judit, Lilly, Adrienne and I headed to the town of Tata, where they had a castle and a cafe.
We stopped first at a confectionery for a taste of cake and something to drink.
The cafe's building was quite yellow.
The castle was built in the Renaissance style. I'm not sure exactly when, but the first mention of the town was in 1221, so it was built sometime after that.
Among the artifacts are altar stones and Roman sarcophaguses and other carvings in the yard of the Castle.
And extremely tiny. But also really cool.
The view from the castle, overlooking some of the Roman ruins that are just hanging out in the garden.
If you want any more information about the castle, the museum's website is here.
After exploring the castle, we headed towards the Esterhazy palace and walked on the lake.