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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to see which I will call "Little Detroit" (I use Detroit not to bag on the City but to give everyone a real world example of what I want to convey. I suppose one could pick any "inner city" dating to the 1980's when America was at the height of the economic nuclear bomb that had gone off in most of its inner cities).
Something I have noticed in my travels is my inability to read a map correctly during my first go of analyzing the map. ...
... people mistake these two cities. There have been musicians that have performed in Bucharest but have yelled out to the crowds "hello Budapest." Just a few years ago two teams were playing a final football game in Bucharest but half of the fans went to Budapest instead for the game. Lucky for me my dad taught me the capitals and I ended up in the correct city to see my friend ...
Bucharest, Romania - arrived around midday and spent the day sightseeing around the capital city - large city with some 2.2 million people - really surprised at how attractive the buildings are and how well developed the city is - plenty of modern buildings, hotels, vibrant and classy restaurants - it's not cheap though- significant increase in prices here over the last few countries we have visited - they call it " little Paris" as it has almost a replica of ...
After a bit of a sleep in, we went for a wander around Bucharest and we really liked what we saw! Kind of Grungy like Berlin but with some real beauty as well. After a nice walk around the main pedestrian area we headed back to the hostel to waste some time watching movies and playing the Wii with some of the others at the Cozyness. Marius the owner warned us that we would 'catch the laziness' there and ...
... trees and in the distance you can see the farms on the hills – the river floods at times and spreads out to the bottom of the hills. At the moment the river is very low with a lot of sand bars exposed - guess that is why they bus most of the people down to the next stop where we pick them up at 5.00pm. Dinner then to ...