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... br> The entertainment started - two men. One was on the guitar and the other with the long flowing, severely brushed hair was on the keyboards. I had steak in a very thin pepper cream sauce with potato. Annette had steak with a soaked grain and bacon. We wouldn't rave over what we had. We have eaten nicer Croatian food prepared by Cvita!
Twas late, so this and bed. Cheers
Was late so we grooved our way out of the diner, through Cloudland back to our room. ...
... When they caught up this time we had a chat. Lovely young girls who started their ride this morning near Siofok and are circumnavigating the lake in 2 days. They are in training for triathlons. They were very interested in our journey and our impressions of Slovakia, especially Bratislava as I said that I really enjoyed our visit there.
On, on we went. It started to sprinkle. Annette donned her cap to keep her head dry so as not to get a ...
... which were very charming, not necessarily expected by either of us. All of the people we met were very friendly to us, the only problem was that they generally only spoke Hungarian and German, which made Chris pick his brain saying every word he could think of in those languages! Off we go to Bratislava to drop the rental car off and spend the night in Old Town. Tomorrow morning it's an early rise to catch the train to Lake Bled, ...
... and we found a convenient bicycle shop (perfect combo- shop, repairs, pub) and bought a beer and a map, so we were better able to keep on track.
Lunch was in a lovely spot overlooking a marina.
After 100Km and about 5hr 30min we called it a day in Siófok (not sure how to say that one).
Having had our last regular cycling in October 2014, we had some sore muscles (and tender butts!) A storm was brewing ...
... or even show the lake) until we were almost on it, so we tried following the signs in Heviz but found ourselves at the mall and apparently the swimming pool before discovering that the lake was just outside of town
a little further down the road we had used to get to Heviz.
The lake sits at the top of a long dormant caldera, that provides a steady stream of warm/hot water from a deep underwater chamber. The facilities ...