Vital Hotel Heviz
Travel Blogs from Heviz
... enjoying the clear blue skies and walking the small beach. Next, we were told about Lake Heviz, another outdoor thermal spa, and we had to check it out. This was the third thermal spa we had been to in 4 days! We both agreed that this was the best one by far and also the cheapest. We ate nice dinners that Chris' mom and grandma used to make for him- chicken paprika, turos tzusa and policsinta. We also walked around the towns of Heviz ...
... really chuffed and surprisingly undamaged, considering the lack of recent riding. The only blip was Joan suffered from horrid, streaming hay fever. “Snot en trane” – lelik!
There was gorgeous sunshine after the storm! We moved Bo from the carpark to the lake side and enjoyed a sundowner on the shore. While there, we were well entertained by some fisherman, who had obviously had a long a busy day.
... we went for dinner. It was excellent, and gave us quite the range of local foods, so everyone could have what they wanted after a long afternoon of swimming. After such a filling meal, we decided to walk to the shores of Lake Balaton, which took us through a small park and across the railroad tracks. Our quest for ice cream was thwarted by the fact that all the lake front places were still on winter hours, so either closed or not open ...
When we arrived in Keszthely we went for a drive around town.
I love this town, it makes it to my top charts because I love little small towns like this one.
And the unit is really cool and we are also having Easter here.
The first day was really lazy we did nothing all day until we went to a restaurant.
... played with them all day.
I hopped out of the car on the end of our street, and I ran all the way back home.
Dad said I was running at 20km per hour just before our unit.
The stay was a really lazy stay.
We played with our nerf from the Easter bunny, went to parks and played games with my family.