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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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... built in the 1892, proved very interesting. The cellar is the "Supplier of Romania's Royal Court" and only makes sparkling wines. We saw the process from bottling to removing the yeast to corking and then hand labelling. The process is labour intensive and a lot is done by hand. The tasting was possibly the best part. The drive throughout the mountains to Sinaia revealed some scenic views as the leaves ...
... read online that it is VERY difficult to leave Bucharest by train, and go to ANY of the other countries that I had planned for us to see. I have researched this trip for months, and have over 100 pages of notes saved, and NOTHING led me to believe that this was not 'doable'. One of the closest towns in Bulgaria is 245 omiles away. By my calculations, we would make it by train in 4-5 hrs. How about '27' hrs !?!?! Are you KIDDING me??? The trains that used to make ...
Elenka and I were sitting in a cafe called the Orient Express with a Romanian guy named Radu when the storm hit. Patio chairs and tables out in front of the place blew every which way. Suddenly, Radu jumped to his feet, ran out the front door and latched onto a frightened young girl and her bunny who were about to be swept away by the gale-force winds. First it was thunder and lightening, then rain, then hail. The bunny pooped.
... may question our choice, however, instead of five we made a list of 7 in no particular order. We really do believe our opinion reflects the season and amount of time we spent in each city.
1. Moscow, Russia
2. Budapest, Hungary
3. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
4. Tallinn, Estonia
5. Warsaw, Poland
6. Zagreb, Croatia
7. Ljubljana, Slovenia
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... flee by helicopter. They were later arrested and executed on Xmas Day by firing squad.
After Mario took us to lunch at McDonald's (it said something about the area that this was the only "decent" place to eat near the hotel) where I had a yummy Arabia Pitta, we went on a walk around Bucharest. The city is a mix of Ceausescu's extravagance as he tried to turn the city into a Paris of the East, and ugly Communist-era housing blocks, many now ...