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... Boulevard, a very old establishment. It offers its clients the
best services since 1852, having also an exquisite restaurant and known as
being a symbol of Bucharest.
We continue with Intercontinental
that rises in University Square, near kilometer 0 of the city, also a landmark
of the city. With 25 floors, it offers a great view of Bucharest. Opened since
1971 this is one of ...
... on a bus all day. This morning did all our washing and ironing and sat up on deck for a while. There are 3 others who decided not to go ashore and we were all given a special lunch – soup, toasted club sandwich, ice cream and coffee. At lunch the 5 of us decided this is our own private yacht and we are having ...
... in 2004 and the EU in 2007.
Bucharest is the center of government and commerce for Romania. It is a sprawling urban mass of concrete apartment buildings, busy streets, and a jumble of monumental buildings, some never finished. The heart of the city is “Piata Revolutiei", where the Old Royal Palace is located. This was also the site of Ceausescu’s downfall. This Revolution Square is situated exactly in ...
... but this is completely the opposite of all of my interactions with Romanians up to this point, and I am lucky enough to know a few besides the one I’m travelling with.
We land at Otopeni, in Bucharest (Bucureşti in Romanian), get the bags, make it through customs and over to the rental car area. While V is signing the contract and chatting with the Hertz agents I’m noticing other people notice us, and one thing that strikes me is that everyone here ...