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Travel Blogs from Tihany
... traveled around the lake, visit many attractions, eat in nice restaurants. Most of the attraction was for kids, but we also enjoy all of them.
It were woodland, boats, caves, restaurants, swans, national parks, terminal pools, horses, zoo, bicycles, cafe, mountains..
We loved the people, area and food..
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... To continue with the wedding anniversary celebrations I even indulged in a chocolate massage. Mmmm came out smelling like a chocolate bar. Now we are back reunited with Skippy, staying just around the corner to the hotel in a marina car park again spoiling ourselfs with something that resembles a ...
... and an old lady gives us a peach each when we explain that we don't want a whole bag. They are delicious.
With time for a beer at the lake before returning the bikes, we then head down to swim in the lake. Cooler than we were expecting, we are pleased to have been in anyway. And I am pleased that I did come here after all.
Once again, we eat the meal the hostel cooks for us but it's a quiet night ...
Balatonfured the capital of the lake towns and we arrived on a long weekend and spoilt for choice on where to go. Traffic was crazy as locals headed out of Budapest.
Today our choice was wine fest http://nagyonbalaton.hu/fured/ or contemporary
art: http://nagyonbalaton.hu/tihany/, we opted ...
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 ...