Echo Residence Luxury Apartment Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the hunger wasn't satisfied!
The path continued slightly inland so we only got the occasional glimpse of two lake. We crossed paths with two young and very fit Slovakian ladies a few times. The first when we had both taken a wrong turn - actually, we missed a turn that went over the rail line and we ended up on a gravel track. Second time was when one was on the bike path and the other on the road was stopped at roadworks.
... lunch . Shortly before Tihany we stopped for petrol and parked in the garage forecourt was a small car manufactured during the communist period. It was a very block like car with a fibreglass body, nothing flash. However, they were loved by the people.
Tihany is a small village northern shore of Lake Balaton, the largest inland lake in Europe.
Lake Balaton was just what we needed- a beautiful, laid back, vacation spot for Central Europeans! It was so nice to come to a small town where there were little to no tourists, finally. We had no plans, no must visit historical sites, which was a relief so we headed down to Libás Strand, a cute little spot right on the lake with a few small snack stands. We laid out our towels and took a quick dip in the 75 degree water and then just ...
... Lake Balaton.
Our plan was to cycle around the lake. In 2010, we had done approximately half of it and felt there was unfinished business. We found secure parking for Bo in a campsite at the south end of the lake and set off at 4.30pm.
The start was a tad frustrating as we wandered around town looking for Info and a map.
Eventually, without finding a map, we picked up the trail. After 34Km our noses lead us ...
... involved many small back country roads that would wind around for a while, dump us into a small (but pretty) town, then put us through a sharp turn onto the next winding country road. There was of course much consternation in the car as the path we were taking did not seem to be at all quick, but we did in fact make it to Heviz by following the GPS. Finding the lake was a little more difficult, since the GPS refused to provide it as ...