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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... someone had imported the sand. After our swim, we went up to one of the take-away joints. We had seen people eating cheesy pizza-ry sort of thingies, the night before. I can report that they are called Lángos and are a deep-fried bread dough with cheese and sour cream on top. It was ok but won't make it onto our favourite snack list. That evening, back in Hévis, we went to a restaurant of Bronte's choice. The one with the singing ...
... Oktoberfest food and steins were legendary and we managed to enjoy the luxuries of this again for a good price at this park for dinner, one could get used to this!
Arriving in Salzburg wasn’t the most enjoyable experience, it poured with rain for the first night but luckily we were able to avoid the camp grounds (expensive!) and wild camp at a sports ground just outside of the ...
... It was as if 30 years had only made us slightly older, although the thickened waistlines, wrinkles and greying hair told another tale.. Staying with Jenő and Eva in their home in leafy Budakeszi (very reminiscent of Stirling or Aldgate in the Adelaide Hills) we explored Budapest in great depth, yet again travelling on the Big Green Bus between various landmarks. How to describe Budapest? In all our travels, Budapest beats all comers in ...
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 ...
... the word ‘vignette’ and gestured toward a small building near the road. Inside sat a twenty something man eating noodles, his cabin was scruffy and only just big enough for this chair and computer. He also understood the word ‘vignette’ and passed a clipboard through the window with a list of rates and silhouetted car shapes, the prices were dependent on the size of ...