Caro Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
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The worst you can take away from people: their hope.
Many years ago I crossed this country. Till then it was the worst country I ever saw. Everyone try to steal or scam you. Prostitution on every corner and corruption by police and border crossing. After many years and experience I concluded that in the end you can't blame this …
... on the 780 bus from the airport which makes a stop at the Gara de Nord train station. Then I have to take a quick taxi to my homestay. Bus ticket was 8 lei and taxi was 5, which totals around $3.50 for both. Not too shabby! Ran into some nice Romanians on the bus. Everyone seems pleasant so far.
I was kind of hoping that Nadia would welcome us at the airport with a double back ...
... Palace of the Parliament) was constructed between 1984 and 1997. Former Romanian communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu decided to build the Palace of the People (now the Palace of the Parliament) in order to house the government offices and government meetings. Over 1/6 of Bucharest's buildings were demolished in order to build this building and the surrounding open areas. The Palace of the Parliament is currently ...
... demanded of me all or nothing and quick! And I was feeling compelled to obey it all the times.
Mysterious and allusive, November also carried the secrets for the making of the most coveted potion of the mankind. The frost-bearing November, 'Brumar' was also called 'Vinar', The-Wine-Maker! The grape juice was then, and only then transmuted into wine, the sacred beverage used a long time ago for the rituals of ...
... thanks,” I said, handing her a 5 Lei note.
“No,” she replied, frowning and shaking her head.
She mustn't have understood. Again I pointed at the bottle and pushed the 5 Lei note towards her with a smile. “Err, I would like this water please?”
“No!” she said, more blunt this time, pushing my money away and pointing to the door.
She didn't want to conduct business with us. I have to admire her for that. But ...