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... one glass showed up, I ordered another. Next morning, we went to the peat lake. Had to pay to get in and go for a swim - a kick-back to the Russian mafia according to Jo. We hired towels and bathing rings and joined the geriatrics! No surprise for a thermal peat lake, I guess, but it smelt bad (sulfur), was full of floating organics (not just the geriatrics) and was quite warm at 35ºC. But once you got past all that, it was incredibly relaxing ...
... area we stayed around was the biggest lake in Hungary (Lake Balaton, it used to cover the whole of Hungary) and was incredibly green, reminded us a little of Asia. Our campsite was fantastic, for €18 we had a swimming pool, jacuzzi, unlimited showers, unlimited water, wifi and power – we were in heaven especially since we had made the recent purchase of a toaster from Tesco’s (yes, they had one ...
... else of note, and are remembered by way of monuments, street names, suburb names or whatever. There are also varying works of whimsical art to be found on street corners or in many of the lush green parks that seem to be everywhere, adding to the sense of fun, along with the grandeur and beauty. The actual city of Budapest is only just over 200 years old, being a conglomeration of the ancient cities of Buda, Pest and Óbuda . ...
... there are two remember] is a hotel, their menu promises a whole host of wonderful food including a local dish named Gypsy Pork. Just imagine how garlic fed pig, cooked in garlic and then sprinkled with garlic would taste. That’s right, thick cut juicy garlic bacon. That night I helped David polish off a beautiful selection of Leffe beer, a gift from a Belgian neighbour, and in the morning Sonia treated us to a delicious and hearty breakfast. It was time to head home. ...
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 ...