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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... take about four years. The job is no less rigorous than in the United States; Sorina told me of nights spent in the office, of sixteen hour days, and of the huge law firms in Bucharest. She also told me a little about her time interning at Bucharest’s Parliament – not as prestigious as it sounds, she assured me, but I’m not so sure I believe her.
We reached our first museum after walking a bit, since we got off the tram one stop away from where ...
... to architecture and interior design left over from the Communist era. People EVERYWHERE smoke, inside and outside. But my perception is that most Romanians are CONTENT, regardless of their socioeconomic status. Some use archaic farming tools to tend to crops, some ride rickety bicycles to the factories, and some drive Audis fast through the villages to God-knows-where. But they are all generally pleasant, warm and very ...
... the mayhem and intenseness of Istanbul and Turkey as a whole, Romania felt so incredibly civilised and dare I say it - easy! We were able to catch a very tourist friendly bus from the airport, it even had scrolling information about what the next stops would be, and bonus on bonus, it was so cheap; about 1.50pound each - incredible! Then in the city, a bus trip cost us about 25pence each!! (that deserves two exclamation marks). This was so refreshing, especially as we ...
... then up an elevator to the top floor to reach the bar on the roof. I think we made it home by 5am, and that is after landing in Bucharest that day from Houston! The next day we did a walking tour to all the sites around Bucharest. Overall, this is a very interesting city and gave us a great taste of what Eastern Europe is like. ...
... from the City centre but the taxi fares were very cheap, only about £4 or £5.
Betsy, Ryan, Jase and myself decided to have a night out in the 'Old Town' which I suspect wasn't actually the 'Old town' at all. It had just been made to appear that way. There was a lot of work going on such as roads being paved to give the appearance of being an 'Old Town'. Certainly the place was full of bars and there are at least 10 Irish ...