Gereby Kuria Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Totally we spent 25 km on dirt or grass. Sometimes the single track is a deep rut and tricky to navigate, especially when encountering mud, which I did and lost control and fell. Dave and Junko slipped too but were able to land on their feet.
This area is starting to look more like older and quaint Hungary. The villages we pass have simpler and older homes often with ...
... the 30 degree heat. And when I got there, they just gave me a leaflet and told me to try ringing some of the hotels listed. But when I rang, they either didn’t speak English or were full. I felt like crying! But I didn’t give up! I walked about another 1km to a hostel which was in the Lonely Planet but whose phone number wasn’t working and I prayed that they would have a bed…and hallelujah, praise the lord they had a bed! I was ...
... the next day down the Danube River, which splits the formerly independant cities of Buda on the western bank, and Pest on the eastern. There are a lot of interesting communist era historical sights, an amzing palace, loads of beautiful old churches, temples and mosques, and also the baths for which Budapest is well known. ...
... so fresh and tasty we drunk the whole litre on the spot. Then trying to get a lovely glass bottle out of the bottle vending machine we discovered we could use it as a change machine. So we started putting in all our five, ten, twenty and fifty cent pieces, selecting the bottle that was stuck and then when it cancelled we got back one euro pieces. Perfect! We had so much fun pressing buttons and filling up bottles of milk - so much fun that we ended up buying four ...
... the same train…at least we couldn’t get lost anymore though!
Back to Budapest...
After setting our tents up in the rain and mud we got a welcome drink from the campsite which was much appreciated after our long drive day. They also cooked us breakfast the next morning which we though would be good but soon realised that a traditional Hungarian breakfast consists of a lot of bread and jam as well these Oriffle things ...