The spa was okay, I think a Turkish hamam is much better though. The place is very big and trying to find where I was to go for my scheduled massage was troublesome. There weren't any attendants around and I had to ask spa trippers if they knew where to go for a massage. Finally I saw someone who looked like they worked there and they were able to direct me to where to go. It was a random white door so signage would be nice and helpful. Most of the pools were barely lukewarm in my opinion, but after I asked where the hottest one was I was happy. The smell of the water is quite sulfuric and my swimsuit, although it's been washed multiple times still retains a slight sulfuric scent. Getting to the spa was logistically easy, but beware the subway train scam where the metro ticket sellers don't tell you to validate your ticket and then a few stops away when you disembark security personnel will inform you to pay a fine of 8000 HUF. Getting back to Szechenyi Spa, the best part would be the massage with lemon oil. The massage was very intense and quite relaxing especially after the metro ordeal.
Costa del Sol, Spain
Our guide had a fun personality and was lively. The trip was a re-run of one I did 10 years ago with a different company. I was especially looking forward to Cape Spartel and Hercules' cave, but we didn't get to do this on the tour; that was disappointing. All in all, the trip is a nice way to get a glimpse of a bit of Morocco, do some shopping and have a good North African lunch.
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