Ramada Bucharest Parc
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... I know) but we didn't realise we'd be in a hot stuffy room with people sleeping on the lower bunks who had been on the train since Russia. We noisily rattled around trying to stow our stuff before hefting ourselves up onto the upper bunks and falling into a slumber that lasted until mid morning. Upon awaking, we discovered that one from our cabin had disembarked and it wasn't long before the other left as well. For ...
... like in Croatia but you can drive for miles and not see a house anywhere. Evidently the owners live in town and run their farms from there – they make a good job of it as they are all very well kept. At 5.00pm we arrived at our cruise boat. Before getting on the boat took a photo across the Danube of buildings in Bulgaria and I was standing in Romania. Our room is very nice with plenty of room ...
... From there we went to a very nice restaurant for lunch. Several other busloads of Amacello passengers were there ahead of us. Our group took up about one quarter of the table space. We were served local dishes and the food was very good. They gave us wine with the meal which probably helped keep us mellow. They also had classical musicians entertain us. One man played violin with piano accompaniment. One lady sang with ...
... the snow, and the fact that we are in V’s hometown I’m couldn’t be happier. We park, head upstairs where his mom is waiting for us with a table full of food – this is the first of three, equally huge courses. This is going to be theme, much to the dismay of my waistline and new jeans. We unpack our duty-free-stocked bar and chocolate store, catch up with his mom (she speaks no English, I speak super limited Romanian – poor Vlad!) and say “noapte ...
... in a big circle and flap your arms around (with the plates and cutlery in hand) until they dry!! We have attracted some very weird looks especially from other residents at campsites who now, quite frankly, have just had any doubts about the English being completely and utterly nuts washed away!). Then Sam, Scott and I decided to sleep on the truck rather than putting up our tents (down the aisle all in a row which was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking