Hunguest Hotel Helios
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in Europe. Warmed by volcanic fissures the whole lake is constantly at 33 centigrade, and although the place is horribly over commercialised, we floated for over 2 hours in rubber rings in water that stank of sulphur, kidding ourselves that our arthritis would be gone by the morrow. It wasn’t, but the whole experience was better than I just seemed to have described it, especially as huge water lilies grow permanently in the water, giving it an idyllic hue.
A long ...
... and when called for lunch they were both found fast asleep on the bed. As soon as the inflatables and kayak were dry we quickly packed them away as it look like a thunderstorm was heading our way. With everything packed away just in time, the heavens opened and in 20mins it was all over. We then set off to find the town. It soon became apparent that not only had we not seen any other English on the campsite, but we were ...
... quick dash to the pool where we sent 3hrs playing. Once showered and changed we walked to the local restaurant where they had a string orchestra playing two steaks and chicken and chips for boys followed by ice cream and 3 rounds of drinks for an expensive ...
So after 3 nights in Budapest were on the road to Keszthely, Lake Balaton in Hungary. Budapest was amazing and we will definitely being going back again one day! There was so much to see and do I'm not sure we even made a dent in the attractions. Not that I am complaining about the hot weather we've had but it has been hard for all of us to tour a city in 35-40 degree heat. Therefore we feel Budapest has lots more ...
... lake was beautifully peaceful. We spent the majority of the ride on bike path which is actually a minor road parallel to the main road. The surface was good and the traffic considerate, so all good. We got little glimpses of the lake as we crossed over the lanes that went down to the lake.
We stopped off at two vantage points. The first was a lovely little village centered around an inlet. The water was flat, boats under sail dotted the ...