Star City Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... tour to a little village 20 minutes outside of Budapest. Szentendre is now full of artists due to the lovely things to paint. We loved our stroll around here with the food markets, pop us bars and lemonade stalls. Our guide Grigor was as Luke put it hilarious telling us many funny stories about the communist days and what has happened since. The best was about the new bridge that had been built they put it out to public vote to name it ...
... to flooding), and is more known for its restaurants, and nightlife. On discovering Pest we saw the magnificent Parliament building which was inspired by Westminster Abbey, and the beautiful St. Stephen's Basilica. These two buildings also happen to be the tallest buildings in the city and there is a law to protect the UNESCO world heritage feel of the city that no building within the city limits is to ever be built taller than ...
... host about $7 one way, but it did save walking up hill with lots of steps.When we arrived at the top just outside the castle we saw the changing go the guard, they put on quite a performance just to replace two soldiers , with a drum and 12 men doing stuff with their guns and doing a very slow march ( they point their toes!) We walked around the castle but we could not visit the Budapest history museum as it was closed ( being a Monday). The castle ...
... inside was produced from Hungarian materials by Hungarian craftsman, and I must say it is beautiful, the Pabst Theater is a pale imitation. I tried to take some pictures with the cell phone before they told us no photos during the show, but I don't know that they do the place justice.
The opera, Wanger's Der Fliegende Hollaender (The Flying Dutchman), was interesting, though the boys objected to the fact that the story is different than the version of ...
... It was then up to a lookout which would be fantastic on a clear day but unfortunately for us the city was covered in a blanket of fog. We were then taken to Matthias Church which was breathtaking. So far the churches in Europe have been spectacular and I don't think I will ever get sick of of them. Even if you are not religious, they command respect from all who visit.
So far we have been extremely lucky with the weather but unfortunately our luck changed today. ...