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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... forest. It was run by a Slovakian girl who spoke perfect English. We stayed for 2 days of perfect tranquillity, and Janet even helped out on their smallholding repairing damage done by wild boar and deer. Unfortunately my back still hurts!!!
Before we left this lovely lady mentioned that about 20k away there was an artisans festival in a place called Hrusov, and although there would only be Slovakians there we might be interested. When we arrived, there were 25000 folk ...
... see any anywhere. The town was small and other than bars and restaurants there was not a lot to see or do. So we decided to head back and eat on site in order to avoid finding our way back in the dark. Plus last night we learnt everything closes at 9.30pm. As we had walked over 2 miles to get to where we were, when passing a taxi we asked the cost of returning us, mindful of the time. The taxi dropped us back for £2.50 ...
So after a mere 2hr drive we arrived at Keszthely in Hungary another pre booked campsite as the lakeside pitch and onsite swimming pool was tempting at £22 per night. No sooner had we chosen our pitch and parked were we changed and in the lake. After the ...
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 ...
... a way across the border on a train with bikes.
The breakfast bell rang at 8am - late for us, very casual breakfast here for the Royal guests. Twas a Euro style breakfast - tea, coffee, bread rolls (white only, but nice), sliced meat, cheese and that was it. We tucked in and enjoyed a very restrained breakfast. Then a surprise, scrambled eggs were served - sampled by Paul and found to be very nice. Just as we were finished, the tiny ...