Hotel Harom Gunar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... where any possession of alcohol is illegal – but eventually we begged our bartender Eva to send it down the drain after a first sip). Afterwards, waiting in the blistering cold in the middle of nowhere waiting for our train to pick us up on the single-track line we had a real bonding moment: We huddled together like Penguins and Bill let his bottle of Palinka go round. Now we were a unit gelled together ...
... no option. The worst part about this whole thing is it just felt like a complete shamble-no body on the bus knew what was going on, both the bus driver and his intoxicated assistant couldn_t speak a word of English to inform us of the change or why it happened and we were short of 5hours from catching an overnight train to split for the festival.....we threw our hands up and accepted that this was just going to work out one way or ...
... a guesthouse is that there are little friends to make L I soon realised that English was not as widely spoken as it was in Budapest and so I had to try out some of my newly acquired Hungarian. I managed to order my food, request for and pay the bill so I considered it a success! I was pleased because Hungarian is one of the hardest languages to learn. I was also pleased because I got a tasty pepperoni pizza and a pint of beer for about £6, ...
... a salt cave, infrared sauna and a very vigorous whirlpool. 'Too soon we had to leave to meet Laci and go for sausage and more gelato. We tried a dark Belgian chocolate gelato that was almost black it was so dark and rich very delicious. Then we tried Hungarian obos torte that is a famous multi-layered cake with light chocolate creamy filling, a hard sugary top crust and ground hazelnuts around the ...
... they were obviously having a day off and all we saw were endless plains and dead snakes squashed on the road. Mikey has a genuine phobia of snakes inherited from his dad, so we couldn't stop even for a second and he was pretty freaked out! I said if one attacked him I would bite its head off. Arriving in the town after 56 miles, we had to try a few rooms before Hotel Udvarhaz had a vacancy. I think it was meant to ...