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... to return to the hotel for a night's sleep in a real bed, we bought a take-home plate of pulled pork with grilled onions and potatoes to take back to the hotel. We sent Dad to bed, and the rest of us ate our fill while watching some strange motorcycle race where they drove round and round a circular dirt track (it was either the race or the BBC news in English on the TV). Then everyone passed out, warm, full and happy.
... and pomposity) of Ataturk's mausoleum in Ankara. The thing that saved it was the beautiful park behind it where there is an outdoor ice skating rink, supposedly one of the largest in Europe, and part of the grounds of the Vajdahunyad Castle. The castle is a replica of a Transylvania castle and designed to show off the various architectural styles in Hungary. There were only a few skaters by the time we got there and it had just closed, not sure why - not that I ...
... up having brekkie in Costa, which was good. While looking in the mirror of the Costa toilet, it was only then I realised how sunburnt my nose was - yes mum I had suncream on! After a quick bite we had a stroll round the market stalls, then headed towards the river. There's a sculpture of children's shoes down by the river that we have been wanting to go and see but it's never been the right time, we thought today would be perfect. But, ...
... made it safely into Buda we were confronted with our first hill. We decided to take the trail up through the park instead of the cable car thing that also went up. About a million steps later we were at the top of the hill and in front of the Royal Palace. We got lucky and were just in time to see the changing of the guards. I think they must feel kind of funny putting on that performance everyday. We took in the views from the Palace terraces and then went to find the next major landmark ...
... along the roadsides was up for sale, and we were told they were selling for less than half what they had been worth, so if you want a holiday home close to the river in Hungary, about $30,000 (£15,000) would see you moving in.
The boat ride back was pleasant, but I guess we had spent so much time on the Danube already that we were not terribly impressed.
It was getting cold in the evenings here, but the restaurants are very clever ...