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... on. We know just about everything about this girl, except her name. I think the only question she asked of us was where were we from. In the afternoon we went to Keszthely on the shore of Lake Balaton - the largest freshwater lake in all of Europe. It was the lake that we had originally seen on the map that got us to Hungary in the first place. So we had to go there. Again, we had to pay to get on the beach to go for a swim. Like our lake beach ...
... though, the city’s architecture is outstanding – each building was more impressive and bigger than the last.
Exploring Englischer Garten (park) which was huge and full of streams, bars, restaurants and plenty of grassy space to people watch and soak up the sun - we stayed for hours. After a decent walk of an hour or two (only seeing a quarter of it) we vouched for a beer and ...
... s Hungarian roots, firming her decision to seek dual nationality. The pride in identifying as Hungarian has grown as we rediscovered the country and its people that we both fell in love with 30 years ago as two young newly weds. Meeting up with Jenő, his wife Eva, daughters Zita and Szofi and their children Szofia and Bende although possibly fraught with misunderstandings (our minimal Hungarian and their slightly better English) went ...
... there are two remember] is a hotel, their menu promises a whole host of wonderful food including a local dish named Gypsy Pork. Just imagine how garlic fed pig, cooked in garlic and then sprinkled with garlic would taste. That’s right, thick cut juicy garlic bacon. That night I helped David polish off a beautiful selection of Leffe beer, a gift from a Belgian neighbour, and in the morning Sonia treated us to a delicious and hearty breakfast. It was time to head home. ...
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 ...