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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Capitol Hotel Bucharest
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... Open Air museum where properties have been brought from through out the country to show village life dating back from the 1700's. By midway through the museum I am starting to get a little disgruntled. There are vendors set up everywhere hanging their goods on the houses and really detracting from the homes. The reason you come here is to view the old houses from around the region but with a large portion of them covered it is hard to get a true understanding of ...
... Had I not had my Eurail pass, I certainly would not have made the trip. Because it was such a butt-achingly long ride, and because I was fortunate enough to be able to stay with locals for free, I decided to do the bad student thing and skip my Thursday classes. (My professors knew what was up, not to worry.) I left at 7:45 am on Wednesday morning with a backpack full of clothes, my laptop, and a rather odd combination of snacks and packed meals. I had three trains to ...
... for a quick nap before going to our welcome dinner. At dinner we are able to meet several of our fellow cruisers and we love hearing about their past and future adventures. Tomorrow we are taking a bus tour of the city (I know what you're thinking, they just walked the city), but sometimes..... correction....... most times, we have to do things multiple times before it sinks in. It's not easy getting ...
... and packs of stray dogs in the streets to overbearing gypsy beggars.
Other than a handful of homeless pooches in Bucharest and one very slow train ride, I really didn't see anything that marked Romania as a 'less developed country’. (Having said that, I do think Romania has seen much of its development in the last 5 to 10 years so much of what I had heard was probably a bit dated.)
The train ride through Romania – including the ...
... The guy from New York told me he just "had" to leave the US, walked around barefoot everywhere, came inside on my birthday with clothespins on his face dancing like a monkey, and was in the process of attaining Romanian citizenship. He was actually really sincere and totally hilarious, but complete wonky at the same time.