Hunguest Hotel Pelion
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... The sight of tight budgie-smugglers and Bikini Babushkas was a little daunting and even frightening. One wonders... Do these people not own a mirror??? And so at the end of our little sojourn, we once more headed back to Budapest to catch a train to Paris for the final week of our most excellent adventure. Now I'm walking again to the beat of a drum And I'm counting the steps to the door of your heart... Hey now, Hey now Don't dream it's ...
We left Budapest and headed for our next stop on the Side of Lake Balaton, we spent 3 nights in this area albeit on 3 different sites;
Site 1 - Bungalow and Camping Ifjusag - looked lovely and lively on the website, out of 500+ pitches we were the only ones there, the local attractions were all closed, a bit like a tacky sea side town - the site wasn't bad but we would be wasting our time staying any longer than a night so moved on ...
... a wonderful time in the far east of the European Union. A lot of work is done but there is also enough time to relax and get to know each other. This is just as important during a program like this. And now as the Hungarians say:
Amig a követzekö alkalommal!*
Lots of greetings rom the Dutch team :)
*For the people who don’t speak Hungarian fluently yet this means ‘See you next ...
Flexicurity = flexibility + security
Students from 8 different European countries are studying together actual themes on active labour market policies, lifelong learning, flexible and reliable contractual arrangement and modern social security systems. 4 students of Oulu UAS participate in the project.
At the beginning we learnt some useful Hungarian vocabulary by ...
... traveled around the lake, visit many attractions, eat in nice restaurants. Most of the attraction was for kids, but we also enjoy all of them.
It were woodland, boats, caves, restaurants, swans, national parks, terminal pools, horses, zoo, bicycles, cafe, mountains..
We loved the people, area and food..
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