Hunguest Hotel Freya
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... treatment. We have a three room apartment - a roomy bathroom with a bath, a bedroom with sufficient space and then a separate lounge room. Not bad hey!
Hot baths were in order, separate unfortunately as the bath was small. No, Suzanne, I was not too fat for the bath! In fact I am only 90kg and if you take into account the Northern Hemisphere factor, I am only 85kg! It was rest time and time to plan the next leg into Zagreb. Train booking, ...
... checked with the waitress as we thought that 30 mins was sufficient time to rustle up a hot sandwich. It will be 5 mins.
OK, we waited the 5 mins and Annette was off and away. Up to the counter. Annette informed the waitress that we weren't waiting any longer and said that she would pay for what we had consumed. The manager rocked over and was smart enough to accept as she could see the fire in Annette's eyes. We departed. Not a ...
... enjoying the clear blue skies and walking the small beach. Next, we were told about Lake Heviz, another outdoor thermal spa, and we had to check it out. This was the third thermal spa we had been to in 4 days! We both agreed that this was the best one by far and also the cheapest. We ate nice dinners that Chris' mom and grandma used to make for him- chicken paprika, turos tzusa and policsinta. We also walked around the towns of Heviz ...
... br> In this area most camp sites have bungalows/ cabins for hire. We took one right on the lake shore.
We walked about a kilometre into the village and had an excellent meal. We made it back to the cabin just before the storm broke.
After the storm the air was heavy and overcast. Showers were predicted but we were now committed! As soon as the office opened at 8am we were on our way. Stopping for ...
... and water meant no one was interested in hanging out there for long. Overall it was a lot of fun, but we were all exhausted when we finally got out (we did in fact use most of our three hour pass, fortunately only admission closes at 5pm - still winter hours). We never did figure out when the lake itself closes, but they clearly have lights for evening use.
Next we drove into the neighboring lake side town of Keszthely, where ...