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Travel Blogs from Kecskemet
When I first arrived, I discovered that A Street Car Named Desire was playing at a small theatre near my hotel and that they did indeed have a ticket available for me. But, alas, the play was only in Hungarian. I thought, Why not? I know the storyline, this might be interesting. And indeed it did not disappoint. Fascinating not focusing on the words but rather on the gestures and expressions of the ...
... of people in traditional costume, brass bands etc so that was probably why all the hotels were full!
I had another lonely dinner which was sweetened by the fact I could watch the Olympics whilst eating, and then I went to bed hoping that the next day I would make it out of Hungary!
And thankfully I did…just about, after a 10 hour marathon journey, which was not trouble free! Oh how I love the Hungarian train system! ;)
... glad to see them as they always know exactly where everything is, have some English and are more than willing to warn you of anything you should know!!
We found our pitch and discovered by mid way through the night that it was set up opposite the camp disco, quite getting used to this going off to sleep listening to doof doof music!! First thing we did the next day was to go and get the kids club agenda and work out how many activities we could cram in ...
... them were still decorated with murals, and the center was a very creative way to allow visitors to view them while still protecting the tombs from further damage.
Leaving Pecs having seen the majority of what I wanted, and just seconds before it started to pour rain, I headed across central Hungary to Kecskemét. For about half of the trip, I was on a secondary highway. It went through a long stretch of country fields, with a curtain ...
... who were in the restaurant relaxing from their first of today's show, though seemed bored enough, were keen on our idea.
So in the end our puszta experience remained limited to walking along a few sandy tracks for several kms, seeing a herd of great horses and a few donkeys, sheep and traditional cattle around the farm, as well as a night in the tent under the stars. I guess that's actually not too bad after all. Of course not ...
Other places to stay in Kecskemet
Harmonia utca 12, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $98
KÃ¡polna Utca 14, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $41
Kossuth ter 3., Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $79
Batthyany Utca 1-7, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $74
Beniczky F. Utca 4 (Ex-Villam Istvan Utca 16), Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $60
Tatay Andras Utca 1/B, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $59
Izsaki ut 15, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $48
Csanyi u 1-3, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $46
Kodaly Zoltan ter 9, Kecskemet | Hotelfrom $58