Star City Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... changing the plates on a car they plan to sell. It is a 2006 diesel with 180,000 km on it, so I'll have a look, but with help from Vince we are starting to get quotes from several local car rental companies for long term rentals paid for by the month. Since we get the benefit of rental insurance and support, and don't have to deal with the hassle of buying and then selling (though David has promised to take core of all of that) the car, I think one of those ...
... had and some fantastic Hungarian Goulash. Not being able to finish it all we handed the leftovers to a near astonished homeless man before grabbing our bags and heading for the train.
Aside a mild panic attack due to a computer crash when getting our tickets and a near kilometre walk around the massive station to our train we were soon settled in and rocking our way to our next Central European and the home of Pilsner, Prague!!
We explored more of Budapest this morning, more beautiful churches and old buildings. The Budapest Parliament Building is so big and spectacular but the guards made sure we weren't going to enter. We came across all these cast iron shoes on the side of the river which is a memorial to Honour the Jews who were killed during World War II by fascist militiamen who ordered 60 people to take off their shoes, they were then shot and their bodies fell ...
... made to taste so completely different yet equally enjoyable. Will have to toss a coin next time as to whether I do the Aussie version (no pickles) or the Turkish/Hungarian version.
Meanwhile we have been told by our host we have to go try Hungarian food at a local town buffet - because it has all their favourites and we can taste test them all in one place..... will report back tomorrow.... lol.
... The elevator shaft was glass so we watched from the second floor as he got in the elevator, it descended, and then the doors opened. But they opened behind him. He just stood there, obviously confused because the doors in front of him wouldn't open. We laughed hysterically as he frantically pushed buttons in the elevator trying to figure out how to get out. Eventually the doors closed and the elevator ascended back to the second floor with him still in it. He got out- back where ...