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Travel Blogs from Veszprem
What a luxury, woke up and rolled out of a real bed, not needing to fold it away before reaching the bathroom. Followed by a buffet breakfast with no other than real bacon! Oh the travelling joys... Checked out of the hotel, but stayed lounging by the pool and health spa all day making sure we got our ...
... backpackers and we are fairly done in anyway.
Whilst the fabric of the hostel isn't the best, the service and general bonhomie from the people running it makes it a special place indeed.
I need to get an early start for Bratislava so go to bed completely worn out.
No pictures as they are all on the camera. None taken with the tablet. In time, I will upload the camera pictures for all entries.
Music playing on the streets, yacht's sailing, street performers, and seriously hundred of locals wines to be sampled.
Can understand why locals enjoy this area and fair play to town/event organisers in this area, they really know how to cater to every age group and interest.
Crossed the border into Hungary today.
First stop is the party town Siofok which lies on the shore of Eastern Europe's largest freshwater lake at over 100km Sq. The lake is where all of Hungary spend their summers as they don't have any beaches. There are many towns around the lake and each seems to target or cater to a specific tourist.
Siofok is for the party crowd with nightlife options, killer ...
... was the **** place of the lake and not worth going too (thats why it wasn't made private) -so bad that swimming was prohibited. I managed to get told off twice - once for sitting on the grass and the second time for taking a photo. I felt very welcome.
The town itself was also nothing to write home about. Just a very ordinary little town with no sights or places of interest.
Oh well, it was only a day in my busy ...