Spa and Wellness Hotel Fit
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... found a restaurant easily enough, they are everywhere but ************e speaks english - which is kind of cool, it isn't England after all - so working out what to order was interesting. We got a couple of beers and poured over the menu. Finally we managed to order meat and potatoes all round - Bronte wanted a steak, I got kebabs, Jo a pork schnitzel and Flynn a chicken schnitzel. I thought I ordered a large carafe of red wine for Jo and I but ...
... pasata from Lidl and the awkward process of trying to get a haircut with very little Germany (Terri’s was a little shorter than expected)!
Germany is not only our most visited country for this trip and throughout our time living in London but we managed to also celebrate 4 months on the road here and driving 10,000 miles. We celebrated in our usual fashion with chips and Kiwi/Spanish ...
... stakes. Sorry Prague, but you have been demoted to a close second-place... It is well and truly a most gorgeous city, well deserving of its UNESCO heritage listing for its waterfront. Since the communists left in 1991, the city has rejuvenated and reinvigorated that which made it famous for being the Paris of Eastern Europe. Tourism has become quite huge in Budapest with many people from both within Europe and abroad (many Aussies ...
... spent our time with Sonia and David on the shores of Lake Balaton. It’s the largest lake in Central Europe, and by my calculations has around 150 miles of coastline. I am planning to cycle the distance in a day, and have added the ride to my bucket list.Last time I tried a dish that David had not recommended; in fact he strongly suggested that I shouldn’t eat it. Hungarian carp soup is awful. This time I stuck to a dish that I knew. A short drive from ...
... the word ‘vignette’ and gestured toward a small building near the road. Inside sat a twenty something man eating noodles, his cabin was scruffy and only just big enough for this chair and computer. He also understood the word ‘vignette’ and passed a clipboard through the window with a list of rates and silhouetted car shapes, the prices were dependent on the size of ...