Ramada Bucharest Parc
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... that before. to finish the day I tracked to the top of a mountain and the view was spectacular. All of this effort is worth the reward of the landscape.
Today was finished off at Beca's Kitchen. They serve mouthwatering, traditional, homemade Romanian food. I had a massive dinner for minimal price and to finish it off I with a dessert that was to die for. ...
... we exchanged email addresses. They emailed John as soon as they got home. They were very sweet and were genuinely concerned about my own sickness. You might already know that John and I are always on the look-out for the "Idiot of the Day". The idiot usually turns out to be an American. Well, we have two candidates for Idiot of the Cruise which we identified on the first day – both Americans. As the cruise went on, ...
... 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 ...
... to exploit what they have in the name of tourism! The minister of tourism should be sacked! There are no apparent tourist offices. No sight seeing tours around the city - the best that can offer is a 4 hour walking tour! Also, most of the signs are in Romanian! No English, French or German translation!
The infrastructure is poor. There are potential risks everywhere with open man hole covers, holes in pavements and other ...
... with my ugly cow cards, two 2-serving bottles of Cabernet - and chugged them like it was 8pm on a Friday. So by the time we land in Bucharest (where I couldn't get a WiFi signal, free or otherwise), I'm recovering from my wine-induced oblivion. The sun is bright, and I basically want to die.
Our first destination, and I was prepared for this, wasn't our hotel. It was Snagov Monastery, an early-15th century structure around which the village of Snagov ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility