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Lake Balaton was just what we needed- a beautiful, laid back, vacation spot for Central Europeans! It was so nice to come to a small town where there were little to no tourists, finally. We had no plans, no must visit historical sites, which was a relief so we headed down to Libás Strand, a cute little spot right on the lake with a few small snack stands. We laid out our towels and took a quick dip in the 75 degree water and then just ...
... have to concede he was absolutely right. The final 15 kilometres was along a dedicated cycle path. At first it went across the marshy lake edge and then through some woodlands. We were surrounded by natural vegetation, sounds and smells.
After 83Km we made it back to the van, literally minutes before the thunderstorm, with hail, hit us. I owe Dave for his sense of timing and for allowing me to slipstream.
... and water meant no one was interested in hanging out there for long. Overall it was a lot of fun, but we were all exhausted when we finally got out (we did in fact use most of our three hour pass, fortunately only admission closes at 5pm - still winter hours). We never did figure out when the lake itself closes, but they clearly have lights for evening use.
Next we drove into the neighboring lake side town of Keszthely, where ...
... there playing with nerf guns by the water and in the playgrounds.
The next day we spent all day at home playing around. And then we went out the back and played nerf battles with the family.
The last one we went for a walk around town.
It is really cool, this is one of favorite places. I loved Keszthely so ...
... played with them all day.
I hopped out of the car on the end of our street, and I ran all the way back home.
Dad said I was running at 20km per hour just before our unit.
The stay was a really lazy stay.
We played with our nerf from the Easter bunny, went to parks and played games with my family.