Once upon a time, in a sunny town named Hévíz, there were two curious kids named Bianka and Levente. They were brother and sister, and they were about to spend a magical week at a big hotel full of warm pools and friendly old folks from a place called Austria.
On their first day, Bianka and Levente explored the hotel. They found a giant pool where the water was as warm as a bath. There were so many laughs and splashes as they joined in games with the Austrian grandparents, who were very good at pool volleyball.
Later, they went to something called a sauna. It was like a super warm little room where everyone sat quietly. Then, whoosh! A nice man threw water on the hot stones, and it got even warmer. They played a game pretending they were bread in a toaster, getting toasty and warm.
The next day was about yummy foods. The hotel had big tables with all sorts of treats. Bianka loved the sweet, fluffy pancakes, and Levente tried every single kind of fruit. They even met a chef who showed them how to make a funny face with whipped cream and berries.
Since they were in a place full of surprises, they also got to taste some colorful drinks that the grown-ups called cocktails. But theirs didn't have any yucky stuff like the grown-ups' drinks. Instead, theirs were like fruit rainbows in a glass, and they created a game guessing the flavors.
Bianka and Levente also made up their own adventures. They went on a treasure hunt around the hotel, looking for hidden chocolates that the kind Austrian folks had scattered. It was like an Easter egg hunt, but with chocolate coins wrapped in shiny foil.
On their last day, they had a splash party in the pool with all their new friends. The Austrian grandparents were laughing and telling stories, and one even brought a rubber duck big enough for Bianka to ride on. It was the best week ever, and they promised to come back next year.