Star City Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Jack enjoyed a 'Retro Burger', which is likely code for 'not a Big Mac'. Then across the road to the highly anticipated but somewhat feared Széchenyi Baths! This is a massive, opulent yellow palace with shiny copper domes. Much loved by locals and adventurous tourists, inside are three huge open air pools, in a courtyard surrounded by the building. There is one for soaking, one for swimming, and one for fun. The fun one had a peaceful circular bench in the centre, surrounded by ...
AM - Got up late but Lilla was still asleep, late night watching the foot ball ( Argentina v Netherlands) with friends. So headed down Lovohaz utec, the nearby pedestrian mall, in search of breakfast. At 8:30 in the morning most places were still shut but found a small bakery in a basement and shared a yoghurt & salad roll washed down with coffee! Then we headed off to see the Hungarian National Gallery and Budapest History Museum both situated ...
... the Houses of Parliament in London but, since Hungary has a unicameral parliament not a bicameral British-style model, the red side of the building is occupied by parliament while the green side is used for government offices.
Following a recommendation from a friend of Erzsebet we visit the Four Seasons Hotel near the Parliament. This hotel from Budapest's Belle Epoch has been beautifully restored in Art ...
... pool also functioned as a wave pool- every once in a while an announcement would come on saying the waves were starting in five minutes. We both tried it- the shallower the water you were in, the stronger the waves were, as a tsunami would act. Very cool- the kids really liked it, big and small... We had a wonderfully relaxing anniversary at the baths, then headed home to pack for our 3 day jaunt to Bratislava and Vienna. ...
... It also meant that our entire carriage was awake which made it easier as you can't help banging bags etc as you move along the narrow passageways. Well finally tickets checked and into bed by 12.30. It took us ages to go to sleep. After struggling to stay awake at the station we were both still keyed up with the stress off getting aboard. Also the train left about 20 mins late so the driver was obviously trying to make up time and ...