Travel Blogs from Nagykanizsa
... of Heviz Lake; the world’s biggest biologically active natural medicinal lake and the second largest thermal lake in the world. A couple of days enjoying the sun in lake country is just what we needed.
Of course we couldn't stay in Heviz without first having a visit to the medicinal lake. We woke up the next morning with hopes of clear skies and eager for our weekday visit to the lake. Unfortunately we ...
... br> On the drive home, we stopped in a town called Tihany that's on a peninsula jutting out into the lake. From a special rock in Tihany you can shout, and whatever you shout bounces off the hills on the other side of the lake and creates an echo!
This week was like a vacation within a vacation. When we weren't busy swimming, we managed to snap a few photos. We hope you enjoy them!
Your Week-Warrior Adventurers,
Katherine and Zack
... br> So the plan is: Drive from here to Plitvice today and camp there 2 nights, then head down the coast of Croatia and camp one night on the road to Dubrovnik (possibly near Split as its about half way), then spend 2 nights in Dubrovnik then head back north towards Split where we will catch the boat to Ancona, Italy.
I'm afraid that we don't expect to have ...
... yet within walking distance of the town, just what we need after two weeks of city hopping.
On a side note the food in Hungary is, whats the word I'm looking for, Immense. I don't mean that in a necessarily good way, although not necessarily a bad way either. Its just a bit overbearing as Christina puts it. It's kind of like Irish food, very rich and hearty, but its more...ridiculous! They cover everything in grease and cheese ...
... we headed for the nearest spa, one of the most famous in Hungary, the one in Heviz.
There we relaxed some more, swimming, lying in the shadow, sleeping, swimming, etc. Although there were lots of people doing the same, it was easy to find a quiet spot.
The water in the lake is about 30 degrees C from itself! For a lake it is small, but for a pool it is huge. Perhaps some 100 meters in diameter?