Hello, my fellow world travel enthusiasts! I am reporting from Budapest, Hungary!
Okay, so here we go — our final days in Hungary and Europe — WOW!
We took a train from Budapest down near the border of Serbia, to Szeged, which held great surprises for me!
Yes, The biggest waterslides in Europe!
One of my favorites was shaped like a bowl, or a teacup when you got to the end of this really long slide you would go round and round and round until you fall through the bottom.
My parents and I tried them all out – although both of them did not like the teacup. You ended up dropping about six feet, head-first, a bit out of control 🙂
There were more than 10 huge slides and the whole park!
There were slides that started five stories up inside and then went outside, then came inside, and back outside where you splashed in the water at the bottom!
BTW – Can you say this street name?
The hotel, recommended by our friend, Andy, was awesome, too!
They had a wonderful spa that my parents took advantage of, and also, a bowling alley that we enjoyed.
Szeged was a very nice and quiet town and the people seemed happy! Shocking is that today, just a few weeks later, we would not have been able to go to Szeged or enjoy Budapest the way we did, with the refugee crisis in that part of Europe now!
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