Friends Hostel

Address: Mircea Vulcanescu 114, Bucharest, 10818, Romania | Hostel
 
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      Farewell Romania

      A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 07, 2014

      ... tasting. We were told the technique on how to choose a real sparkling wine to a carbonated wine. Am sure Dan Murphys will be impressed when we go and shake a few of his bottles.

      At Sinaia, we walked around the royal summer residence of the Kings of Romania, Peles Castle, the last remaining King is in exile, aged 92 and lives in Switzerland. This stunning complex has been left as is so people can see how the rich lived.

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      And I Have Walked 10,000 Miles....��

      A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 16, 2013

      6 comments, 5 photos

      ... Remember, how far I told you the cab ride was to the a museum? Well,...guess who WALKED back? Yep,...you got! I had read about a neat gift shop, so we first located that, and then began the truck back to the hotel. OMG,...I thought my feet would possibly fall off the ends of my legs. It had to be a minimum of 10,000 miles! I was so tired, I didn't even want to go to dinner, so I picked up a cheese Danish, and a ham/cheese pretzel dog from one of the street ...

      Bucharest

      A travel blog entry by lukeandbelinda on Aug 20, 2011

      9 comments, 4 photos

      ... me. The train was I think the same train the goes from Frankston to Stony Point, that old rattling piece of **** and with all the windows down it still felt like 40 degrees. There were a couple more stops along the way, not at stations mind you but in the middle of nowhere, probably just to let this cold war relic cool down like the way computers use to overheat back in the day. The worst was when we stopped next to a massive tip. We ...

      Stop # 24

      A travel blog entry by kleonard_22 on Oct 11, 2010

      6 photos

      Today, we spoke with Mr. and Mrs. Pieters who are on a missionary trip in Romania. The couple has been visiting and working with about 600 churches. They make this trip 1-2 times each year and have been doing so since 1994! We wanted to know if it was difficult for Americans to be understood by Romanians. Most Romanians do not speak English and need to have translators help bridge the language gap. Romania is a very poor country. It was not long again that it was under ...

      Museums

      A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Sep 23, 2009

      17 photos

      ... is from Tennessee, escaping his rural roots by teaching English in Prague. He is hitching his way around. We have more drinks that I was prepared for. When I see him the next morning, I find out that he never went to bed that night. He crashes, 30 minutes before we are supposed to leave from Brasov. I can't get him aware and have to let him sleep it off. ...