Caro Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... the tour was in English, tours were also advertised in French, Spanish and Italian. There was no mention of a tour in Romanian despite the fact that the majority of visitors were Romanian. From our experience so far most people here speak English so maybe they see it as an opportunity to practice their language skills.
We did go inside the smaller Pelisor castle which was the summer residence of ...
... monuments is the Rebirth Memorial, a memorial of those who died in 1989. A large white obelisk with a donut shaped black object near the top. Bit random. And is supposedly one of the most photographed things in Bucharest. (Shows how many sights there are here!!) There didn't seem much in the way of a brunch place. Nor anywhere to eat at all really. Until we spotted a Paul. That typical Romanian place....! (I.e the French patisserie). I enjoyed ...
... else we've seen in Romania. German was the first language in the old city right up until the First World War and all the churches are still Lutheran... although two of them predate the reformation and have some amazing frescoes. The 'church on the hill' has spectacular views out over the valley (now containing the new town) and is reached from the city square by an amazing covered wooden stairway. We set off for Bucharest ...
... the bullet holes in the cement and stucco from the war. We get to the end of the line and elect to walk the remaining mile to the Marriott in and effort to burn off the big dinner from last night. Who needs a workout room when you can carry your luggage in 80• heat uphill for a mile? We did walk by their huge Parliament building, the second biggest building in the world (only to our ...