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... lake was beautifully peaceful. We spent the majority of the ride on bike path which is actually a minor road parallel to the main road. The surface was good and the traffic considerate, so all good. We got little glimpses of the lake as we crossed over the lanes that went down to the lake.
We stopped off at two vantage points. The first was a lovely little village centered around an inlet. The water was flat, boats under sail dotted the ...
... lunch . Shortly before Tihany we stopped for petrol and parked in the garage forecourt was a small car manufactured during the communist period. It was a very block like car with a fibreglass body, nothing flash. However, they were loved by the people.
Tihany is a small village northern shore of Lake Balaton, the largest inland lake in Europe.
... beach, and then ice cream by the fountain.
We were up early the next morning, as the opening ceremonies were to start at 8 am. We retraced our steps back tot he camping area hosting the Olympia, but of course there was traffic entering the park, so even with our early start we managed to get to the start of the parade just in time. There were some opening announcements, then the participants marched onto the play field. We managed to find ...
... I enjoy it to the fullest!
One thing is clear! AIESEC has made my world much smaller. Back then Edit was an AIESEC intern in my local committee, who has participated in an AIESEC internship at Volkswagen. Now I see her again. She is living in Veszprém and ...
This is definitely place I would like to come back!
Sent home ‘Simply beautiful! Stepping into a fairy tale’s little town where everything is so cute and small, except huge cathedral on the hill. With Love, Love, Love from Tihany! Ula’
For more info about Tihany please go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tihany