Caro Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 …
... drove south to the Addison Hotel Blu in downtown Bucharest. The City had wide streets (Avenues) and many parks with primarily concrete building. Most of the buildings were gray which we came to find out that this was a result of the communist influence, with patches of concrete that had weathered away, and there were wires running along the front of buildings in a very haphazard manner, ...
... proud.” I drew one of his paintings for my Museum Studies class while Sorina watched, complimenting my non-existent drawing skills all the way.
After we finished at the museum, we headed home, as I had a Skype interview that evening for a summer job back in the States. (Because I was seven hours ahead, it was morning for the interviewer and evening for me. So strange!) On our way out of the metro, Sorina suddenly got excited and stopped me, blocking my view ...
... as Ceausescu’s Folly. In response to Russia’s invasion of Czechoslovakia, ( which he opposed) he ordered the road to be built as a strategic route for military purposes just in case the Russians tried a similar tactic in Romania.The road connects the provinces of Transylvania & Wallachia. It is usually only open from early July to October. It was expensive to build and cost many lives.
*We have breakfast with a view - ...
... the building and both houses of the Romanian senate sit here. There are various other offices in the building as well and even so - only 30% of the place is used and permanently occupied. The rest is hired out and used for conferences and fairs and even the EU uses part of it. Imagine three Buckingham palaces piled on top of each other, on top of a small hill in the centre of London and you've got some idea of what it looks like. Absolutely monumentally, ...