Ramada Bucharest Parc
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... us that some Roma are very rich but mostly the Roma are very poor. Begging (and robbery) is often the way they make a living. Some tribes are very musical or have other distinctive gifts. They typically do not want their pictures taken, as there is suspicion that it will bring bad luck if they are photographed.
The gypsies originated in India, and have a dark, Mediterranean skin color. Vio said the Roma don't want to pay taxes. They typically ...
... fishing on the other side of the dam. I've seen plenty of dead animals on my travels. Today I saw a dead bird in the water. Nice! I then walked back to my hotel. Eating dinner at the hotel. First night trying to find food wasn't successful. So yeah. I'll wait till I get to the hostel. I'm hoping there will be more people to interact with and better recommendations for restaurants. I still have to try that vegan restaurant down the ...
... restaurant in the old town My first point of call was the patriarchal cathedral comes which he recommended me. It was just a short walk from the hostel so I thought I would head there first. I quickly had a shower and changed my clothes before I headed out because I done a lot of travelling in them clothes so wanted to feel fresh. Once I got to the cathedral I was slightly disappointed with the view. The way he explained it, I thought I was going to get an amazing view of the ...
... on the street where I would say there were between 10,000-20,000 protesters chanting and singing. My first thought was this could be a soccer crowd but then I heard a lot of shouting and flag waiving so I knew it was a protest. What they were protesting was beyond me, but I was not going to get up from my table and get clubbed on the head, just for asking questions. As I watched the protesters ramble on I took it all in while drinking some good ...
Lucky for me one of the free city walking tours started at 6pm. This turned out to be good since I didn't arrive too the hostel till after 2am. I then slept for a few hours. The walking tour met near a clock in a park in the city center. The tour is running a Bucharest not Budapest campaign and there was a TV camera crew there to interview people and do a story on the ...