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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 ...
... too daunting. The sun shone and the scenery was an interesting mixture of farmlands including vineyards, villages and lake shore.
Fortunately we were too early for the wine cellars to be open for tasting! We do enjoy the wine
from this area and open cellars would have delayed us.
Our aim was to get around the north end of the lake before stopping for the night. Fortunately there was very ...
The plan for the afternoon was to visit the thermal lake at Heviz (Hévízi-tó Természetvédelmi terület) just to the northwest of the western end of Lake Balaton. Of course the guide book said that lake admissions closed at 5pm, so the leisurely drive across the northern side of the lake soon became more of a race to make it the thermal lake with enough time to enjoy it before it closed of the day. The GPS led us on the quickest ...
When we arrived in Keszthely we went for a drive around town.
I love this town, it makes it to my top charts because I love little small towns like this one.
And the unit is really cool and we are also having Easter here.
The first day was really lazy we did nothing all day until we went to a restaurant.
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 ...