Wellness Hotel Katalin
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and stories. According to the story, there was a princess with golden-haired goats, but she was too proud and hard of heart and was punished (cursed by the king of the lake): her goats were lost in Balaton, only their nails remained, and she was obliged to answer to every passers-by. A stone, remembering the Shouting Girl, is still to be seen near the ...
... were looking for accommodation at 9pm with crying kid in the car. We were driving around for some time and by 'pure accident’ we found an old house in the middle of nowhere where we found a place to stay. Maciek, 7 year old, said that the apartment ‘was ancient’ but we loved it so much that we stayed extra night.
So next day we ...
... of course. Bronte happily danced around the tables, to the obvious amusement of the staff and other diners. We ordered beer and got an english/russian version of the menu. Meat and potatoes all round. Goulash for us, beef for me, veal for Jo. An enormous (the biggest I've seen) veal schnitzel for Bronte and about three chooks worth of crumbed chicken and chips for Flynn. Overall, we really enjoyed it. The roads are pretty rough in Hungary, ...
Continuing further down, we headed for Dresden – a city that was completely levelled during world war two but it's been impressively rebuilt with one of the best old towns around. Everywhere you looked was another impressive stone building, just another beautiful city in Germany.
We wild camped very little in Germany, there was no need with the excellent and generally free ...
... s Hungarian roots, firming her decision to seek dual nationality. The pride in identifying as Hungarian has grown as we rediscovered the country and its people that we both fell in love with 30 years ago as two young newly weds. Meeting up with Jenő, his wife Eva, daughters Zita and Szofi and their children Szofia and Bende although possibly fraught with misunderstandings (our minimal Hungarian and their slightly better English) went ...