Hortobagy Club Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It would seem that Eastern Europe is covered in hot springs. This sounds like something we had to try so we have checked out a few of these but had been put off by the large number of bus loads of tourists sporting bikini type swim wear whom did not get the memo about not wearing brief swim wear if you have been overindulging in the national food "icecream". Seriously scary stuff.
... sleeping with lights on, sleeping through people coming in late and getting up early, sleeping with my bags occupying half the bed, and sleeping when someone is getting it on with someone else (though I'm still not 100% sure that's what I actually heard). But sometimes it's nice not just to have a place to sleep, but to completely blob out as well. It's good for your mental health.
When I eventually bothered to ...
... four hours, until a whole group of people joined me in my cabin.
I was a bit nervous about only having a 13 minute window between the second and third trains, but I needn't have worried. I literally got off one train, walked to the other side of the platform and got on the other. It took all of 30 seconds.
So far I've been wondering just whether the rail pass was worth the money. Up until now I've just ...
Saturday 6th Sept: A 2-hour drive east of Budapest took us to Hortobagy where we met up with Ildiko who started doing volunteer work at the Hortobagy National Park a few days ago. We were given a 'safari' by Attila who expalined about Hungary's Przewalski wild horses and cattle ...
... on the other side of Debrecen as we approach the Romanian border. We cross into Romania without incident, although we're stopped by a policeman who checks our passports. Hilli comes out in a cold sweat. We try to buy a road vignette, but unlike in Austria and Switzerland, are assured with a smile that bikers don't need them. The clouds get lower and lower, black on both sides of the road now. We drive through pretty countryside with a lot of quite dilapidated villages and ...