Hotel Ezustpart

Address: Liszt Ferenc Street 2-4., Siofok, Lake Balaton, Hungary | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Liszt Ferenc Street 2-4., Siofok.
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Travel Blogs from Siofok

Old friends

A travel blog entry by pucky on Aug 23, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

On the way to AIESEC Veszprém

For this part my journey Zorka is my host! I stay at her place, eat and have some really nice conversations with her family.

Zora shows me both their home and their job in AIESEC. As a local committee president, she is responsible for every ...

Weekend!

A travel blog entry by pucky on Aug 17, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... did I end up here?

Two days before my first weekend I had no idea what would come up to me... great people, places and friendships. It all started with a random Facebook message from a girl named Zora, an AIESECer, I should get to know soon. I immediately get invited to a weekend with her ​​and her friends to Lake Balaton, without that ...

Place from fairy tale, Tihany!

A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 17, 2014

29 photos

... forests, lavender’s fields and Balaton Lake surrounding the village. There is also a huge cathedral, sort of pilgrimage place for Catholics in Hungary. It felt so unreal to be there but so nice at the same time. I moved back to my childhood and made stories in my mind about little people living in little houses in a little village.

Tihany is full ...

Beautiful Balaton Lake!

A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 16, 2014

20 photos

Long day of driving was rewarded by the most amazing view of Balaton Lake! Yes, it's not Mediterranean but it’s huge, clean and beautiful. There are places around Balaton Lake that are quiet, with no people and also there are place where people flock to and it’s impossible to find a place to stay without previous booking, especially during the ...

The Fried Castle

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 17, 2014

9 photos

... for me, expertly filleted at the table by the waiter. Mick has goulash.

The wines are from their own vineyard on the slopes above the castle. I try both red and white. Mick sticks to Weizen Bier.




We turn in early, tired from the heat and worries of the day. Tomorrow we should get back on track and ride over to the Romanian border.







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