Karos Spa Hotel
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... hotel booking. The train booking proved to be problematic, so we had a visit to the station.
Just down the street it was and Annette has a discussion with the train lady. The internet says that we can get a train to Zagreb with bikes at 7:42am. The train lady said no. Annette persisted and of course started to annoy the lady. A gentleman with English assisted and yep the train lady was correct - no bikes, in fact no train to Zagreb at 7:42am. ...
... When they caught up this time we had a chat. Lovely young girls who started their ride this morning near Siofok and are circumnavigating the lake in 2 days. They are in training for triathlons. They were very interested in our journey and our impressions of Slovakia, especially Bratislava as I said that I really enjoyed our visit there.
On, on we went. It started to sprinkle. Annette donned her cap to keep her head dry so as not to get a ...
... enjoying the clear blue skies and walking the small beach. Next, we were told about Lake Heviz, another outdoor thermal spa, and we had to check it out. This was the third thermal spa we had been to in 4 days! We both agreed that this was the best one by far and also the cheapest. We ate nice dinners that Chris' mom and grandma used to make for him- chicken paprika, turos tzusa and policsinta. We also walked around the towns of Heviz ...
... lunch and rests in various scenic spots. One of them we watched a water snake with a head the size of a teaspoon, grapple with its dinner- a fish the size of a tablespoon. Eventually the fish escaped. There are lots of snakes in the water – we assume they are harmless as they are in bathing areas.
At lunch I was fast asleep, lying on a jetty in the sun, when Dave chivvied me along. I was a tad grumpy at the ...
... into our apartments for the night. This involved parking on the street (fortunately we arrive after 4pm, so didn't have to pay until morning), and having the receptionist walk us outside and point out which building housed our apartments. We were only half a block away from the reception desk, but the map they gave us showed that they had properties all over town. We ended up with a two bedroom apartment on the first floor and a ...