Travel Blogs from Keszthely
... walking upto the lookout before we eat at 8, do I want to come? There then follows an entertaining evening where we also get to know the guys who run the place. I go to bed at 1 and leave the others to it.
Next morning Tom and I hire bikes and cycle about 50km to a 13th century castle, past lakeside villages and after lunch, back by way of the roman road that serves as a wine road. There is also plenty ...
Music playing on the streets, yacht's sailing, street performers, and seriously hundred of locals wines to be sampled.
Can understand why locals enjoy this area and fair play to town/event organisers in this area, they really know how to cater to every age group and interest.
... a bit surprised we were having what seemed like an algae bath!
The afternoon rolled by and with hopes of a sunny day ahead, we decided to book a second night in the lake region on the Northern side of the lake. I think we truly outdid ourselves on dinner in this town...canned peaches, bread and Nutella - a culinary delight! Why is it that everything closes so early and you can't find a decent restaurant in ...
... 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
... here, and we used the stay as down time after helping clean the vegetables that Eva picked from the garden.
Their neighbour, Pista Horvath, came over and invited us to pick peaches from his garden. Eva, Mom and I headed there, but not before stopping in his cellar to taste his homemade wine and strawberry/plum palinka! Then we walked through his garden, picking and eating all the peaches, plums, apples and green and purple grapes we could ...