Villa Edera Residence

Dumitru Zosima Street n 77, Bucharest, 30135, Romania | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

An Adventure in The Balkans

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman


... Soooo,....the foreign, but incredibly nice guy from Verizon walked us through taking Dennis' card, and transferring it to my phone, and setting everything up. As we said our farewells,....I decided at the very last second to take out the 'extra' pair of shoes from my backpack, and leave them with Dennis. He had no longer pulled away when I began regretting my decision. I'm wearing a pair of Keens, that are comfortable, but not as comfortable as the ones I left. So,...why, ...

Careful How You Pronounce It

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx


... low and behold, it really isn’t. Okay so there are the big crumbling concrete blocks erected by those notoriously architecturally-masterful communists. But between these are really elegant and beautiful examples of Central European townhouses, churches and civic buildings. And yes, in many places they are themselves crumbling and could certainly do with some careful nurturing to make sure they are here for future sightseers. Romania ...

20 miles + no card = Romania

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin


... city. It was beautiful. There was music and art everywhere. We went to a jazz concert and got to drink free whiskey all night (thank you United States Department of Defense).
Side note- It is finally fall in Dimitrovgrad. It's still around 65 degrees during the day, but it gets pretty chilly at night. I heard it is snowing back home so I can't complain. haha
By the way, I ran 20 miles last weekend..I know what you're thinking..SAY WHAT?!


Highlights of Bucharest

A travel blog entry by nadia123


... Museum, where traditional houses, churches and watermills around the country were saved and relocated back to Bucharest. Revolution Square was also an interesting place which is where the Ceaușescus was last seen in public and there is a monument to the Revolution.

I was also able to get a dose of culture, seeing the Romanian National Ballet perform Don Quijote at the Opera House.


W stolicy Rumunii

A travel blog entry by kupryjaniuk


... zjawy" nie mogliśmy widzieć. Musieliśmy więc go sami znaleźć. Trochę nam to zajęło, bo przystanki w Bukareszcie nie nalezą do najłatwiejszych w identyfikacji.

I nie lubimy kelnerek w Bukareszcie - w przeciwieństwie do wszystkich innych miejsc odwiedzonych w Rumunii gdzie chwalimy jakość obsługi i gościnność. Te w Bukareszcie nie są specjalnie ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Edera Residence Bucharest

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