Hunguest Hotel Helios
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Hévis is a funny old place. First night in, we just went out for a wander and discovered that there is the world's biggest thermal peat lake in Hévis. Apparently it is a miracle cure for all sorts of ailments. So the place is set up for, and crawling with, geriatrics who wander the streets with bathing rings wearing terry-towelling robes. Its very disturbing! Jo has been joking that we've stepped into a real-life version of the movie ...
... at Zell am See. We decided to spend up large (€34) and drive the Grossglockner alpine pass. This consists of a climb to 2,504m (we did the side road to 2,571m – poor Van-essa!) with endless hairpins, however the views are spectacular and we were very glad we waited the day in Zell am See for the weather to clear.
From our first time on this trip driving through Austria we ...
... else of note, and are remembered by way of monuments, street names, suburb names or whatever. There are also varying works of whimsical art to be found on street corners or in many of the lush green parks that seem to be everywhere, adding to the sense of fun, along with the grandeur and beauty. The actual city of Budapest is only just over 200 years old, being a conglomeration of the ancient cities of Buda, Pest and Óbuda . ...
Our maiden voyage to Hungary a year earlier had been a great success and it was then that we met Goulash for the first time, our 3 legged cat. Sonia and David have 2 similar side by side properties nestled in the Somogy County countryside. There are very few English speakers here, so if you need to borrow some milk from a neighbour it has to be done in Hungarian, which incidentally is one of the most difficult languages to learn.
We only had 1 full day in ...
True or False? Lake Balaton is the largest lake in Central Europe, but the Bodensee in Switzerland is not a sea.
You could be forgiven for thinking that the border control on road E66 between Austria and Hungary is deserted, and the building itself wouldn’t seem out of place at Chernobyl. I asked one of the border policemen if he spoke English, which he didn’t, but he ...