Hotel-Pension Residenz am Plattensee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... in the local committee of Veszprém.
I really enjoy my stay at Zorka's place. Good food, great people, nice conversations and an international environment. What more can you ask for... and I ask myself when I've ever get the opportunity to experience a foreign culture from the inside ...
... have a chance to introduce myself.
A three-hour journey without knowing how to get there, where I'm going to sleep or even to know a person... Sounds like a plan! I love the spirit!
After all I meet Zora halfway to the Székesfehérvár railway station. Her smile is contagious!
The first thing she says to me is that she has actually ...
... someone had imported the sand. After our swim, we went up to one of the take-away joints. We had seen people eating cheesy pizza-ry sort of thingies, the night before. I can report that they are called Lángos and are a deep-fried bread dough with cheese and sour cream on top. It was ok but won't make it onto our favourite snack list. That evening, back in Hévis, we went to a restaurant of Bronte's choice. The one with the singing ...
... though, the city’s architecture is outstanding – each building was more impressive and bigger than the last.
Exploring Englischer Garten (park) which was huge and full of streams, bars, restaurants and plenty of grassy space to people watch and soak up the sun - we stayed for hours. After a decent walk of an hour or two (only seeing a quarter of it) we vouched for a beer and ...
... district. The center of the district is the Benedictine Tihany Abbey, which was founded in 1055 AD by András (Andrew) I, who is buried in the crypt. The founding charter of this abbey is the first extant record of Hungarian language, preserved in Pannonhalma Benedictine Archabbey. The church ...