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... paid off and we found a caravan park that had one of these therapeutic springs on the site and most seem to be wandering around in their dressing gowns which was way less confronting. Darren and I spend the next 10 minutes trying to work out how you get into the caged affair, and then randomly pick a pool of tea coloured water rumoured to be at 34-36 deg. We exchange pleasantries with the older ...
... of bed this morning I decided I'd go see Debrecen for a few hours then relax the rest of the day. Debrecen has a fair number of events on throughout the year, but little in the way of an ongoing, day to day tourist industry. This suited me perfectly. I managed to find an online walking tour which I followed to see the key buildings. There's some beautiful architecture around here. The place seems to be a university town, ...
... four hours, until a whole group of people joined me in my cabin.
I was a bit nervous about only having a 13 minute window between the second and third trains, but I needn't have worried. I literally got off one train, walked to the other side of the platform and got on the other. It took all of 30 seconds.
So far I've been wondering just whether the rail pass was worth the money. Up until now I've just ...
Saturday 6th Sept: A 2-hour drive east of Budapest took us to Hortobagy where we met up with Ildiko who started doing volunteer work at the Hortobagy National Park a few days ago. We were given a 'safari' by Attila who expalined about Hungary's Przewalski wild horses and cattle ...
... he had on our first evening in Szolnok... raspberry marinated pullet breast on mixed leaves! A nasty weather front is up ahead of us which we hope to avoid. We stop at Debrecen to have some lunch and allow the front push on a bit. We find a huge statue of Lajos Kossuth, a lawyer, journalist, politician and Regent-President of the Kingdom of Hungary during the revolution of 1848–49. Debrecen has some fine buildings and a wide pedestrianized centre. The landscape gets ...