Star City Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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It was starting to warm up a bit, so I turned around and walked back to the station. On the way I passed a gorgeous building which was the Museum of Contemporary Art. The building was stunning, inside and out, but was between exhibitions. I also spotted the cutest little Volkswagen, and took some photos of it for Leone to check out. I'm sure that her grandkids would be happy to help her paint hers to look the same... hehehe....
... through the old town and I started eyeing the sidewalk cafes that were setting up shop longingly. When we got to Fishermen's bastion, we discovered that the upper walk with views of the Danube requires a ticket now that we are in tourist season. I was feeling a little done with the grumping and the wandering and the picture taking, so the boys and I left Keith and Doug to do the walk (I could have been more polite about it, sorry Doug!) while we headed down ...
... next to the mikve!
Our tour guide also showed us statues and plaques of important people. Raoul Wallenberg was Swedish and Carl Lutz was Swiss. Since both of these countries were neutral during the war diplomats from these countries could write letters to save a certain number of Jewish people during the Holocaust. Both of these men worked hard to write many letters and save as many people as possible even though in the end they were both punished ...
... also on route of the 'drinking bike' which was a platform with a bar on wheels. The drinkers pedalled their way around Budapest!
Monday 8th. September
We found a place for breakfast, not far from our accommodation and then went to a small central market at Erzsebet Square which sold ...
... Arany Aszok! Brewed right here in Budapest. A big mug costed only 290 HUF (about $1.25). We all thought it was pretty good. The beers were ice cold which was perfect - its been in the 90s here since our arrival. For dinner, we tried to eat at one of the Trip Advisor top rated, inexpensive Hungarian restaurants but it ended up being full (we made reservations for tomorrow night!). The hostess recommended a fancy Italian restaurant down the ...