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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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... and such inspiration. Go and live your lives everyone! Joan was worried that I'd stay up too late so she wouldn't have a glass of wine with me. I think she is just trying to impress her friends that are now getting my blog : ) We did have a drink with Wendy and Mike, as well as Phil and Joanne and Dave and Carol. We said good bye to the Polish Prince. All are great people.
New phrase... "I had me a doze..." I assume that's a nap.
... They feature pretzels (different from American pretzels, somehow – the dough is denser but also had little air bubbles in it and they usually have sesame or poppy seeds on them) and meat pies and pastries. Sorina ordered for us, and I ended up with a pretzel and a meat pie, both of which were delicious.
By the time we had found the Zambaccian, we were quite glad to be inside. It was cheap – all the museums in Bucharest are – but was not only an ...
... of the city centre. We found a great restaurant in Bucharest called Journey Bar which was travel themed. The menu came in a small suitcase, there were hammocks and misting fans in the outdoor terrace area, and when you got your bill it came on a postcard. Such a cool place. With foosball tables, board games, books and iPads for customer use I could see how you could spend hours here. A quick trip but a good starting point for the next point in our journey - ...
It is certain that I have been suffering from dehydration. I believe it came from the day I walked into Salzburg and back. Time for some rehydration salts for sure.
What an amazing start to the day. Due to the cancellation of the bush camp, we had the opportunity to spend a couple of hours in the World Heritage Site of Sighisoara. Yan, Melissa, James and I went on a lovely walk through the ...
... due to leave six hours later for istanbul. But my travel monitors tell me that because of turkish train works that train is stopping at the Bulgarian border at about 1am and passengers being transferred to buses for the five or six hour ride to Istanbul. That completely removes the point of taking the train, so I cashed in that ticket and not wanting to suffer a 16 hour bus ride I booked myself into a cheap ibis hotel by the station ...