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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hévis is a funny old place. First night in, we just went out for a wander and discovered that there is the world's biggest thermal peat lake in Hévis. Apparently it is a miracle cure for all sorts of ailments. So the place is set up for, and crawling with, geriatrics who wander the streets with bathing rings wearing terry-towelling robes. Its very disturbing! Jo has been joking that we've stepped into a real-life version of the movie ...
Continuing further down, we headed for Dresden – a city that was completely levelled during world war two but it's been impressively rebuilt with one of the best old towns around. Everywhere you looked was another impressive stone building, just another beautiful city in Germany.
We wild camped very little in Germany, there was no need with the excellent and generally free ...
... on their weathered bitter faces. Highlights of our time in Budapest include cheap and extremely tasty beer (the beer with lemon a hit with Karen), the range of tasy small goods (a hit with Peter), Hungarian food in general, the inner-city public transport (the underground metro being the oldest in mainland Europe and very efficient and reliable), Palinka (Hungary's version of double-distilled fruit brandy and very, very powerful - aka as ...
... there are two remember] is a hotel, their menu promises a whole host of wonderful food including a local dish named Gypsy Pork. Just imagine how garlic fed pig, cooked in garlic and then sprinkled with garlic would taste. That’s right, thick cut juicy garlic bacon. That night I helped David polish off a beautiful selection of Leffe beer, a gift from a Belgian neighbour, and in the morning Sonia treated us to a delicious and hearty breakfast. It was time to head home. ...
... his head again. What next? I signalled for Nikki to bring the car into view. Ahhh! He said, stamped the vignette and we were in.
Once on Hungarian soil we were in familiar territory, travelling south of Lake Balaton we stopped briefly at Decathlon to buy a sleeping mat, and we were in Somogyacsa within 2 hours and sipping ice cold beer with Sonia and David on a beautifully sunny afternoon.