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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.
I'm going to be straight up with you all. I have spent a large portion of today lounging about in my underwear. It's amazing how being able to do something like that becomes a source of immense happiness when you've been sharing a room for so long. I've had nights in a room by myself just recently in Sighisoara, and before that on overnight trains and in Jordan, but in those places you don't truly have the place to yourself. ...
... the afternoon trains. I had about a three hour stop in Club Napoca, so I decided to walk into the Old Town area for a late breakfast. It didn't look too far on the map. No more than 15 minute idle stroll.
I forgot of course to factor in the scorching sun and large pack on my back. By the time I found a cafe still serving breakfast (which was only after a bit of backtracking and a few wrong turns), i was a sweating ...
... Hungarian plains .
Later Ildiko showed us some 'rescued’ wild animals native to the area. We had dinner and lots of chatting at the one and only Hortobagy pub/restaurant.
Sunday 7th: Met Ildiko at the lovely Youth Hostel where she is staying while she works ...
... he had on our first evening in Szolnok... raspberry marinated pullet breast on mixed leaves! A nasty weather front is up ahead of us which we hope to avoid. We stop at Debrecen to have some lunch and allow the front push on a bit. We find a huge statue of Lajos Kossuth, a lawyer, journalist, politician and Regent-President of the Kingdom of Hungary during the revolution of 1848–49. Debrecen has some fine buildings and a wide pedestrianized centre. The landscape gets ...