Hunguest Hotel Panorama
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHunguest Hotel Panorama Heviz
Küche schließt 20:30, Hotelbar schließt 22:00
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... and all that was left were really nice people. We stayed in a town called Sibiu, just short of Transylvania, and the only issue we have is that in Romania you tend to eat bits of animals that other countries feed to their livestock...so marks for cuisine are not high. From here it’s into Dracula country, and then Bucharest and Bulgaria, but since this blog is getting a bit long, we’ll say “Goodnight children....everywhere ” (you have to be at least 65 to understand that ...
... see any anywhere. The town was small and other than bars and restaurants there was not a lot to see or do. So we decided to head back and eat on site in order to avoid finding our way back in the dark. Plus last night we learnt everything closes at 9.30pm. As we had walked over 2 miles to get to where we were, when passing a taxi we asked the cost of returning us, mindful of the time. The taxi dropped us back for £2.50 ...
So after a mere 2hr drive we arrived at Keszthely in Hungary another pre booked campsite as the lakeside pitch and onsite swimming pool was tempting at £22 per night. No sooner had we chosen our pitch and parked were we changed and in the lake. After the ...
... Prior to leaving the site we ate as planned in the onsite restaurant. Michael had a Hungarian dish with duck, Harvey and Billy pasta carbonara and Jake and I pizza with two rounds of 0.5lt cold drinks all for less than £25. After the discussion last night regarding the homeless the boys decided they wanted to drop off the left over pizza to the elderly gent we passed each day. So whilst packing up we gathered a ...
... there were lots of people on the shore and the occasional swimmer. We also stopped where the ferry crosses to the other side of other lake. It is narrow at this point, so not a great distance to travel. There were over 20 vehicles lined up to go across and also a number of bikes. The ferry dock is also surrounded by a neat little little village.
We stopped for lunch at this spot - Zaramdi. We checked out the eateries. They were ...