Abbazia Club Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... around in. It was also very still, with only the heads of hundreds of ailing soakers breaking the surface. That was until Flynn jumped in and flailed around in his floaties. He had a great time. Floating around in the lake we were surprised to be greeted by a "hey are you Australian, I'm from Armadale" (in a very broad Aussie accent). Then the lass from Armadale talked at as for the next 40 minutes, or so. Eventually, we swam off with her ...
... of all places), Terri was extremely happy.
Overall our trip down to South Eastern Europe was a good way to finish the summer in Western Europe. Germany will always be special to us, Austria was a lovely surprise and Hungary would have been nice to have spent some more time there. Next up, unknown territory!
Bryce & Terri (7 September 2014 – Orebic, Croatia)
... s Hungarian roots, firming her decision to seek dual nationality. The pride in identifying as Hungarian has grown as we rediscovered the country and its people that we both fell in love with 30 years ago as two young newly weds. Meeting up with Jenő, his wife Eva, daughters Zita and Szofi and their children Szofia and Bende although possibly fraught with misunderstandings (our minimal Hungarian and their slightly better English) went ...
Our maiden voyage to Hungary a year earlier had been a great success and it was then that we met Goulash for the first time, our 3 legged cat. Sonia and David have 2 similar side by side properties nestled in the Somogy County countryside. There are very few English speakers here, so if you need to borrow some milk from a neighbour it has to be done in Hungarian, which incidentally is one of the most difficult languages to learn.
We only had 1 full day in ...
True or False? Lake Balaton is the largest lake in Central Europe, but the Bodensee in Switzerland is not a sea.
You could be forgiven for thinking that the border control on road E66 between Austria and Hungary is deserted, and the building itself wouldn’t seem out of place at Chernobyl. I asked one of the border policemen if he spoke English, which he didn’t, but he ...