Travel Blogs from Balatonfoldvar
... I enjoy it to the fullest!
One thing is clear! AIESEC has made my world much smaller. Back then Edit was an AIESEC intern in my local committee, who has participated in an AIESEC internship at Volkswagen. Now I see her again. She is living in Veszprém and ...
... have a chance to introduce myself.
A three-hour journey without knowing how to get there, where I'm going to sleep or even to know a person... Sounds like a plan! I love the spirit!
After all I meet Zora halfway to the Székesfehérvár railway station. Her smile is contagious!
The first thing she says to me is that she has actually ...
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
... 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 ...
... and crackers and even a box of good wine (strange to be said in the same sentence we know but it was!).
Regensberg was a town we visited as recommended in the Lonely Planet as Germany’s version of Florence. It was quite similar with its beautiful river and stunning old bridge (which was sadly being restored) but to us it was quite different. The cathedral was a highlight, a gorgeous ...