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Sept 3 on Hungary Serbia border

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

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This town is just adorable. Very peaceful. The way the streets are layed out and the pastel stuccoed  houses hug together, it reminds me of  a traditional Mexican village. Very quiet and peaceful and harmonious.

The operator of the pontoon, Bela, is also the mayor of the town, fifth term…  Quite a character. Nice facility with showers, barbecue area, deck.