Stefania Hotel

Park 40/A, Heviz, 8380, Hungary | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Heviz

3 nights, 3 Sites

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas

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... morning.

Site 2 - Rev Camping, a little further down the lake, an independent site where the owner was very helpful and allowed us on site earlier than he should have, he also told us of places to go in the area, which we chose a ferry ride across the lake, it seemed that the North side of the lake was the side to be, we cycled to Balatonfüred (7.5miles each way) which was a lovely town with a lot of life, this may have been down ...

- Offline and farming until 28 May -

A travel blog entry by arodin

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Irány Magyarorszáááááág! - Hamarosan visszatérek! ;-)

A fotókról: Egy kis kertészkedés mindenkinek kell! Made in Hungary :-)

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On my way tooooooo Hungary! Hasta la vista, folks! ;-)

About the photos: Some works in the garden will do you good! Made in Hungary ...

Jó napot kívánok!

A travel blog entry by ip2014

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... 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 ...

Expanding understandings of Flexicurity in Hungary

A travel blog entry by ip2014

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... sightseeing and other attractions.

Our long and intensive days consist of lectures, workshops, social events, team building sessions and group work. The program is tight and there is no so much free time. But we all enjoy here and looking forward to sunny and historical Budapest!

Päivi Aro, Isabela Ion, Petri Miinalainen, Tiina Schroderus and Henna Turula (Finnish ...

Rest and Relaxation. Not.

A travel blog entry by andrew.collard

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It is only with the promise of good weather that I head out to Balaton. I could easily stay in Budapest. Getting off the train at Revfulop, it feels like the wrong decision. The station is deserted and dilapidated and nothing seems very exciting. Still, I can see the hostel from the station. It looks very busy and they explain they have a group of cyclists staying. I move to my room and meet Tom. He and the Australian ...

 

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