Travel Blogs from Keszthely
This is definitely place I would like to come back!
Sent home ‘Simply beautiful! Stepping into a fairy tale’s little town where everything is so cute and small, except huge cathedral on the hill. With Love, Love, Love from Tihany! Ula’
For more info about Tihany please go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tihany
... little place from a fairy tale – Tihany.
Sent home: ‘Amazing! In the middle of the country they have a huge lake they call Hungarian ocean! People are nice and cold, what a mixture! With Love, Love, Love from Balaton! Ula’
For more about Balaton Lake please check here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balatonf%C 3%BCred
... around in. It was also very still, with only the heads of hundreds of ailing soakers breaking the surface. That was until Flynn jumped in and flailed around in his floaties. He had a great time. Floating around in the lake we were surprised to be greeted by a "hey are you Australian, I'm from Armadale" (in a very broad Aussie accent). Then the lass from Armadale talked at as for the next 40 minutes, or so. Eventually, we swam off with her ...
... of all places), Terri was extremely happy.
Overall our trip down to South Eastern Europe was a good way to finish the summer in Western Europe. Germany will always be special to us, Austria was a lovely surprise and Hungary would have been nice to have spent some more time there. Next up, unknown territory!
Bryce & Terri (7 September 2014 – Orebic, Croatia)
There is freedom within there is freedom without Try to catch a deluge in a paper cup There's a battle ahead many battles are lost But you'll never see the end of the road While you're traveling with me From Slovakia we fervently travelled south east into the land of the Magyar. Home of goulash, paprika, the Hussars and Rubik's Cube, along with Karen's only remaining cousin from her father's side. Returning to Hungary has been a pilgrimage to ...