Carol Parc Hotel

Address: Aleea Suter Str 23-25, Bucharest, 040746, Romania | 5 star hotel
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    Off the Boat -On to Transylvania and Count Dracula

    A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Oct 08, 2015

    ... the parties are being arrested for unlawful activities. Most of the population don't want communism back - they just don't want the ongoing corruption.

    The city of Bucharest is developing. Vio says some of the old structures need to be demolished to make way for the new to revitalize the community.

    So now we are in Bucharist, Romania. We spent our first hour on a city tour - again, not my favorite way to see things, but certain ...

    Just a capital city

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... miss it. I met the guide and everyone else at the Unirii squares clock. There were only a three of us on the tour but by the end of the introduction there were about 15 of us. The tour guide told us about that square that we were standing on. He said that the river runs underneath the square and gets pumped up just after the square. The communists didn't want the river to be there so the built over it to make a giant square. He then showed us a glimpse of the palace of parliament. ...

    Farewell Romania

    A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 07, 2014

    ... warm to either their dancing, music or singing. Visited the Black Church, the name given to it from a city fire which destroyed it in 1689. Sat in the old forms of the Museum of the first school in Romania. Slates and ink wells brought back memories. Across the room we saw one of only six old Russian Bibles remaining in the world. We were also shown how books, page by page were typeset, inked and pressed.

    Could not used the chairlift ...

    Day 3 Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Aug 22, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... s OK as she's a clean ship and that's one of the most important things to us. We have had a couple meals so far and the food is very good. Our first day and evening is spent cruising towards the Danube Delta to a city named St Gheorghe, where the river meets the Black Sea. We have already had a chance to meet some really nice people on board; some from the States and some Canadians. The ship is missing some liveliness though and ...

    Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 22, 2012

    4 comments, 60 photos

    ... a salmon roll and fruit juice. When the man sitting on the end of our row went to the loo, we all went, but MP was nipped in the bud by some sudden turbulence, and had to give it a miss. The day was pretty fine over Europe, fluffy white clouds, patchwork fields, and small towns in the valleys,

    and snowy alps. Coming in to land at Bucharest, the fields were still patchwork, but not as manicured.

    Romania is one of the few European countries ...