Today was one of my best days on this trip. First it was along country roads, quiet though often rough, and sprinkled with nice people. Most of the route was through small villages where we would stop at the markets to get something to drink. Some was along dikes and it was all peaceful.
At Gyor we stopped for lunch after wandering around the plaza. Lunch was lazana which was very good. As we tried to find our way out a man rode up and said something. He said it several times and Gretchen figured out that he was saying the next town. This nice man lead us 5k to the next town all the while talking to Gretchen in broken German and her trying to talk back. He was a sweet man and dropped us off with advise on the road ahead. we climbed two small hills into Acz and looked for oatmeal. We still haven't found any. Outside Acz is a wonderful little campground next to a busy road and train tracks. The owner speaks not a word of english and has a heart of gold. An english speaking guest showed us our campsite and invited us to a hungarian goulash supper at 1800. The supper was a treat. Traditional goulash cooked over a campfire, which was wonderful, and great conversation. After listening t some organ and guitar playing we went to bed. We slept not hearing traffic or trains.