Travel Blogs from Keszthely
Lake Balaton was just what we needed- a beautiful, laid back, vacation spot for Central Europeans! It was so nice to come to a small town where there were little to no tourists, finally. We had no plans, no must visit historical sites, which was a relief so we headed down to Libás Strand, a cute little spot right on the lake with a few small snack stands. We laid out our towels and took a quick dip in the 75 degree water and then just ...
... week. It’s open from 9-12 Monday to Friday. We decided to take our chances. Getting there entailed a good 45 minute drive across the city. The embassy is in a house with a lovely position in a narrowstreet, on a hilltop behind the Buda Castle. NO PARKING outside. I went in and "took my chance" whilst Dave tried to find parking. He was chivvied along by security guards whenever he stopped as there are several embassies there. ...
... the lake, we got off and drove the smaller roads around the north side. This area is less popular for beach traffic, but is made up of large protected parks and small towns, so more "natural" and more popular with bikers and hikers. It was a cool but pleasant day, and the lake was pretty the few times we managed to see it from the road. We stopped at a small park at Alsóörs and ate lunch on benches on the lake front. We had some trouble ...
... biggest meals, my mum couldn't even finish hers.
Dad was the only one that finished and I think he had the least amount.
So day 2 was Easter and we went out to find Easter eggs.
I got a nerf gun too and a lot of eggs.
And we spent some of the day at home eating eggs.
And then we drove to the lake and spent ...
We came to Keszthely.
We HAVE EASTER HERE!
Riley and Zara woke up before me.
They were talking so loud for me to wake me up.
It took about 10 mins to find all the Easter eggs.
Mum and Dad got a bunny to eat.
For Easter we walked around the lake.
Me and Riley got little nerf ...