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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapitol Hotel Bucharest
It was a nice hotel, especially the location. The staff at the reception were quite helpful. I only wish the room had been a bit cooler.
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... we will go down and see if the men will put another English movie with subtitles on the tv. I think I might actually miss the men tomorrow night.
# of countries: 16
# of cities: 38
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 68
5:30am came pretty quickly. We were packed already so we got dressed, loaded up and down to the taxis stand for a trip to the train station. At the taxi line, all the cars were tiny and as I asked each one, they appeared disinterested in dealing with our luggage. Finally, a guy pulls up and puts one case in the trunk, one in the back seat with me and Mom rides up front. Problem solved. Like I said before, in this area the people have a hard ...
... making up a time, that random number generator was in use again.
A few of the group wondered off against Sara’s advice and found a shop open nearby where they bought a few beers and ciders. As no one really knew what time the next train would be I didn’t really want to take the chance of wandering off too far, and took to pacing the platform. An hour and a half of standing/pacing on the platform and still no train in ...
... morning after the long miserable train ride, it was freezing cold and I was super tired. I had a feeling this would be the case so before I left Serbia I searched www.hostelworld.com and saved the directions to a hostel that was within 15 minutes walking time from the train station. There was taxi driver after taxi driver offering rides as soon as I stepped off the train and I walk everywhere I can to save money. It gets a little frustrating but you just have to ignore them and ...
... A photo would show first-hand just how boring they really were.
I was surprised to find I’d lasted thirty minutes in the peasant museum. In that time I’d had seen lots of manikins dressed in peasant clothes, reconstructed peasant homes, peasant pots and lots of painted eggs, presumably painted by peasants. I’d ambled past a mock up a peasant classroom, and some large farm machinery made from wood (which was actually quite impressive) and some ...