Hungarospa Thermal Hotel
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... we are in the city of Debrecen, which is closer to Budapest than Opalyi and also the home of Orshi (Eva and Zsili's other daughter). We went out in the down of Debrecen, stopping for dessert and espresso with the family. We are going to spend the night here in Debrecen at Orshi and Adam's home. Tomorrow we will take a train from Debrecen to Budapest to the airport. We are looking forward to coming home and seeing ...
... on my part! They also had ironed chicken legs on the menu. The mind boggles.
Mia (our new friend!) then came out to the car to take photos of it and us & to wave us off!
36 degrees by now, thank goodness for air con, although we had tried to keep it a secret from some of the others in their 'vintage vehicles' not wanting to gloat (heehee!) but someone asked us straight out so we had to 'fess up!
Drove along a road with storks nesting on top of ...
... foot in front of your face! I literally had to shield my eyes, it was insane! It came out of nowhere and left just as suddenly.
I also thought that I should add I made a little stray cat friend that I named "S'mores". Just a random feral kitten, but it brightens my day to stop and pet my little friend for a bit. I really miss my cats back home, but for now, I can get my cat fix here.
Last night, Maggie and ...
... were literally shaking by the time I slowly crept to the top, but it was absolutely worth it. After we went to a fancy Belgian restaurant and I had the most delicious dinner... No idea what it's called in Hungarian, but it's something like "salty pancakes" in English. Either way, it was awesome!
While on the tour I met a ton of new international students and when I returned to the campus hotel, we had a foosball tournament! I. ...
... some delicious sausage. All in all, a pretty decent night. My Hungarian friend, Peti, invited Aisha and I to stay at his apartment for the night because we were supposed to wake up early in the morning and go into town anyway, but sadly, we both completely overslept. On the bright side, I enjoyed another lazy day in the City Center. We bought fresh bread from a bakery for breakfast, had coffee ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility