TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Venus Zalakaros
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... pretty humble, and meat and potatoes the staple tourist diet; but by and large, but it has a really cool vibe about it. The world has left it behind a little but it maintains its own strong traditions. And we were everywhere greeted with friendliness and patience at our lack of Hungarian. Very few people we came across spoke english - probably part of the reason for the girl from Armadale's verbal onslaught. We'd be really keen to go Budapest ...
Leaving Trelleborg on the south coast of Sweden, it was a pretty painless 4 hour ferry ride to Rostock in Germany, it would take a couple of weeks for the journey back down south to ensure we made it to Croatia for our sailing trip on time. Luckily there was plenty to see along the way, including the long awaited return to Austria.
Venturing further east on the way down, we headed towards Berlin initially. ...
... and the Széchenyi Baths - thermal medicinal hot spring bathing centres where we spent a delightful afternoon literally bathing in people soup. As a side trip, and really as a mini-holiday from the holiday, we travelled down to Heviz for some R&R for 6 nights. Heviz is part of the Balaton area (Europe's largest fresh water lake and Hungary's premium tourist region). It was only after the first night when we had stopped walking as far ...
Irány Magyarorszáááááág! - Hamarosan visszatérek! ;-)
A fotókról: Egy kis kertészkedés mindenkinek kell! Made in Hungary :-)
On my way tooooooo Hungary! Hasta la vista, folks! ;-)
About the photos: Some works in the garden will do you good! Made in Hungary ...
... backpackers and we are fairly done in anyway.
Whilst the fabric of the hostel isn't the best, the service and general bonhomie from the people running it makes it a special place indeed.
I need to get an early start for Bratislava so go to bed completely worn out.
No pictures as they are all on the camera. None taken with the tablet. In time, I will upload the camera pictures for all entries.