Carol Parc Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... became so famous that, he was the only one foreigner who had the right to participate at the Exhibition from Paris, where his sweets were tasted and had impressed crowned heads of Europe.Thus,Capsa House will have an absolute monopoly on the delivery of sweets to the Royal House of Romania.
Refined and ultrasecrets books with recipes of famous confectioner"Gregoire"Capsa speak very well for themselves and about that one who was an ...
Apparently this park was built in 1847, on a site known at "Lake of Dura the Merchant" and a part of the present day gardens was occupied by a vineyard.
there are statues through out the park commemorating things of importance to the Romanian people. I particularly liked the "Monument of American Heroes" the commemorated the 378 US Soldiers who died in Romania during ...
I checked into the hostel and was so happy after a day of traveling to have a cold room to sleep in. The second night in the hostel though people kept turning off the AC in the room and it was stuffy. The bed was comfortable though. I had a hard time finding someone that worked in the hostel to ask for directions but when I did they were very helpful. On my last day they were very nice to let me leave my bags to pick them up before heading to the train ...
Saturday 30th June
Today I was awoken by a facetime call by Dad – fair payback for when I had facetimed them at 4am the night before. After I woke up I did some blogging and organising in an attempt to catch up with my blog after some threats from Dad about it! It was then breaky which is a nice ...
... when the train actually arrived at 5:00pm however, after only travelling 50m down the track we returned back to the station. This was followed by an engineer (if you can call him that) going alongside the train banging the wheels with a hammer. This dragged on for another half an hour which we spent sitting in the boiling sun, until we were given the all clear to depart. By that time, I had had enough and I’m sure Luke had had ...