- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... that everything in Revfulop is within 5 minutes of the train station! The owner of my guesthouse pointed me in the direction of 'the centre’ and ‘the beach’ and so I went to have a look. The centre consisted of 5 or 6 restaurants/bars near a pier on the lake. It took me about 2 minutes to walk there and about 2 minutes to walk around!
So, I thought I would see what the beach was like…the first thing that ...
... The 80 year old diabetic husband and 79 year old wife who was suffering the very visible effects of Parkinson's were both enjoying their swan song tour of Europe. With a Hungarian background, they both proved very knowledgeable of Hungary, it's history, and even of western Romania. When I told them I was to disembark in Oradea in order to buy a ticket for the next train to Cluj-Napoca (though the train I was on was heading to ...
... amazing storms while we were at the lake and the locals told us that the heat of Summer had passed and from here on it would only get cooler. By my calculations that gives them a total of 2 scorching hot weeks of Summer?? This is my kind of place!! The rain and storms amazingly only seemed to fall at night and made for a beautiful way to drift off to sleep, while during the day it still remained quite steamy!!
The kids took part in many discos ...
... every opportunity to set themselves apart from the capital, embracing the Reformation early on and providing sanctuary for the Hungarian revolutionary goverment in 1849 when they were ejected from Budapest. In that year, Lajos Kossuth read his Declaration of Independence at the city's main church, the Reformed Great Church.
By the time I got to Debrecen, I was starting to get a little hungry since I'd only had some rolls from a grocery store for breakfast. My hotel room had ...
... again it was, since by that time Amy was indeed very eager to spent a few more quid on a room in a guest house (rejecting my suggestion of just sleeping in the tent somewhere...), fair enough I guess.
Just to make things a little more interesting that evening we ended up looking for the pension we were recommended for about half an hour, but we hadn't understood the name of the street properly. Eventually a very friendly Hungarian ...