Bulgari Boutique Hotel
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Our family of 6 have been pleasantly surprised by the service and willingness to assist all our our needs. We will be back!
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... containing cumin and other spices that go in curry for dipping the bread in, and bite-sized baklava. Yummers!
A two-minute drive down the road took us to the mayor's office. We got to sit in his office for 15 minutes or so asking questions. He's in his second term but preparing for elections in October. His secretary, who's been in the job for 24 years, is also running. There didn't seem to be any animosity between the two, but then again they are politicians!
... roof is newer than the rest of the building. Tragically, they had a large terrorist attack that was a convoluted attempt to assassinate their king (maybe a hundred years ago). The plan was first to assassinate some generals. Then plant a bomb in a church where the funeral was being held. When the king was at the funeral- BOOM.
Step 1 went off so well, I'm not sure why they didn't just target the king directly instead of the generals. They didn't get to just ...
... when asking for details about trains. Instead he slid a city map from the top of the pile and threw it on the desk in front of me. Another disappointed customer, although to be fair his kebab looked nicer than me. Secondly, I had to stand at the international ticket station at the train station for several minutes, gently coughing like a downton abbey butler, before I could eventually persuade the only rep to leave her desk at the back of the office ...
... religious buildings within 100m of each other. Our night bus left on time and was due to get into Bucharest, Romania at about 7:30. Our hostel had told us not to use the taxis but to walk the 20minutes from the bus station to the hostel. Apparently the taxi drivers have a tendency to take you out into the middle of no where and demand you pay so much money before they take you to where you want to go. So we avoided the taxis and walked the 20minutes with our rather ...
... Dutch friends, Yrana and Jurus. And guess what … we were in the same compartment in the train ! The train was a pretty funny double-wagon ex-Yugoslavian metro-looking stuffed with backpackers from all over. We had fun together and with a group of teenage orchestra musicians, until a guys next door asked us to make a little less noise… so we just went out to ...