Hunguest Grandhotel Galya
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... the roads – mainly pine
trees and bush and not very many villages passed or seen). All of a sudden we
are in Hungary. The fields here are a lot more yellow and sun burned. Sun
flowers and corn seems to be the most common crops to grow. After the first
night with putting the tent up in the dark we decided to at this time reach our
destination for the night while the sun is still up. We are not big fans of
McDonalds but these days ...
... little fridge magnet we’d brought from home and she gave Claire a winter jacket in return as she thought she always looked freezing! From the van park in Hevis we walked to the thermal lake and despite some trouble understanding where to get changed and where to hire a towel, we had a very nice time. We started in the outside lake area which was ‘warm’ but not ‘hot’. We ended in the far more popular interior ...
... can you see why this is listed as a monument of the city, built in 1849, destroyed in WW2 and rebuilt for its centenary in 1949 it is an engineering marvel. The views from the bridge over to the castle district were definitely worth walking along the bridge for, not to mention the panorama of the city either side of you. Carrying on down the river we walked to the Parliament building to see the sight of the permanent seat of the ...
... hesitate to say this. The prices here on most things are dirt cheap. When Istvan and I went to dinner the other day, it cost the equivalent of $17 Canadian for two of us WITH tip. And it was a very nice meal.
Having said that, I am finding the souvenir prices very high. I am sure their wholesale prices are higher thus driving up the retail price. However I am having to be very selective in what I bring home. I am coming back here, so will look ...
... applauding. How excited can some people get after a glass or two of some terrible wine! The performer was even holding notes on a scrap piece of paper. Probably words from different songs, and phrases. For half an hour all we could hear were popular songs from the different countries of the restaurant's guests. (Americans, Italians, French, Arabs, Japanese and Chinese)
There were at least 7 nationalities. How ridiculous!! Unfortunately the ...