Ramada Bucharest Parc
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... by plane, and after it joined the EU. Passport checks went smoothly and a friend was there to pick us up. Nothing much done on the first day except exploring the neighborhood and a small dinner. Good news for the smokers: Smoking is allowed in restaurants.
The main place for entertainment is the old city. Many bars restaurants and night clubs. First night we went to eat at the place ...
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... food an hour earlier than expected. It may have been my first meal in Romania, but my only concern was eating at the first place that I saw, so no carefully researched Romanian dishes here. I just grabbed a falafel wrap, which was admittedly pretty tasty and very much needed! As I walked out of the train station, pretty much the first thing that I saw, was a guy taking a dump in the middle of a park! He wasn't even trying to be discreet.
... a massive hit with the city's foodies, longing for something a bit different.
I had walked by in the morning and looked at their menu. When I saw that they had "spoon tastings" I knew I had to go back. And so it came to be that at 7:15 PM on July 18th I found myself sitting down to one of my most memorable meals. I can't say it matched Mike's Fish on the Rocks best meal of my life experience, but it sure was special.
For starters, I was the ...
... to grandmothers, which is actually why I chose the museum in the first place.) In the end, though, I left feeling like I had just seen the best museum I had ever been to.
That evening, I dined al fresco with the hostel "employees," a ragtag bunch of drifters who all decided to live there, cleaning and running the hostel to pay their rent. I asked Zack why he was there, to which he replied "It just feels like home." The dinner was light-hearted and fun (see my list at the end ...