Carol Parc Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Wanted to visit the Military Museum today but it's closed Mondays......**** poor planning and all that!!!!!
So did the Peoples Parliament instead, it's a huge building built by Causcescu who was Romania's last Socialist leader before he died of lead poisoning on December 25th 1989. He was a nasty ******* who robbed the country blind, he …
On the road at 9 am today the hotel I used for the last two days was rubbish....
had a pleasant ride to Bucharest apart from when I got close to the border between Bulgaria & Romania, the Satnav threw a fit, told me to turn round and go 200 kms West then cross into Romania..took me a while to sort it, I had Toll Roads turned off on the …
... the bar completely trashed. They woke me up with their loud talking and I was in constant fear that they would vomit on me. I think they were finally kicked off the train about an hour later. It was obvious they were a bother to the whole car. Then right after I fell asleep a 2 little bottle of carbonated drink fell off the table across the aisle and exploded under our table. I was able to grab my purse off of the floor just in time but it meant that John would have to put ...
... money but I make sure he's not getting that. Finally he makes his way off the train, mumbling in Romanian. These people are too much. While trying to cram all Mom's luggage in our tiny room, the conductor offered us an adjoining care for €20 more and we took it. Now we each had a room and space for the luggage. I'm sure he keeps that money but who cares.
We pull at at 12:30pm and head towards Sofia. These trains are old. I ...
... started walking towards the city centre. It was obvious from our walk that Bucharest did not recover as well from the demise of her Communist past that other cities we had been through had. Most of the buildings we were walking past were in a run-down state. It wasn’t until we got to the centre of town that the buildings looked like they received some sort of upkeep. There were some stunning buildings in the city ...