Echo Residence Luxury Apartment Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... on. We know just about everything about this girl, except her name. I think the only question she asked of us was where were we from. In the afternoon we went to Keszthely on the shore of Lake Balaton - the largest freshwater lake in all of Europe. It was the lake that we had originally seen on the map that got us to Hungary in the first place. So we had to go there. Again, we had to pay to get on the beach to go for a swim. Like our lake beach ...
Continuing further down, we headed for Dresden – a city that was completely levelled during world war two but it's been impressively rebuilt with one of the best old towns around. Everywhere you looked was another impressive stone building, just another beautiful city in Germany.
We wild camped very little in Germany, there was no need with the excellent and generally free ...
... out its delights. While Hungarian is the national language (and can be very hard to understand), English is widely spoken, especially among the younger generation who learn it at school. Budapest is our favourite city by far. The food, the architecture, the history, the people, the Danube...... I could go on and on. The Hungarians love and honour their heroes, whether they be former leaders, musicians, artists, warriors, architects, inventors ...
... walking upto the lookout before we eat at 8, do I want to come? There then follows an entertaining evening where we also get to know the guys who run the place. I go to bed at 1 and leave the others to it.
Next morning Tom and I hire bikes and cycle about 50km to a 13th century castle, past lakeside villages and after lunch, back by way of the roman road that serves as a wine road. There is also plenty ...
... the following day we took the trip to Sümeg, the village where my grandad lived until he escaped Hungary in 1956, and where the majority of the rest of his family still live. Despite speaking no Hungarian, and most of them speaking no English, we were warmly welcomed and had a thoroughly enjoyable day getting to know them and visiting Sümeg Castle.
The following day ...