Hotel Central

Address: 13 Brezoianu , Bucharest, Romania | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

A Palace to Rival Pyongyang

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jun 26, 2015

32 photos

... to leave the bus and all we are told is we are waiting for authorization to move on. We finally get to move and we are taken to the xray warehouse. We all get off the bus and are asked to collect our bags. We then cue to have all of the bags searched at a table in front of the xray machine. Two guards stand socializing with our driver while two others search everyone's stuff. Satisfied we are not trying to export anything (into another EU country???), we ...

Little Paris, Big Donuts

A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Feb 17, 2015

28 photos

... I went back to staring out the window. Nothing changed. A few minutes later, I lost patience with being stared at. “Look, I’m not interested. Can you please just leave me alone?” More staring. Finally, he left. This time, he didn’t return, though I saw him walk past the compartment a couple more times throughout the day. I gained a few more train buddies who also didn’t speak English; one of them, a jolly, older, heavy-set man, had quite ...

The Orphanage

A travel blog entry by montell on Dec 05, 2014

1 photo

... these children and no one takes anything for granted.

I think school students would take a lot out of the experience of volunteering at the orphanage. They wouldn't take things for granted at home and realise that the little things in life really mean a lot.

All too soon I was leaving once again for the airport. It was hard to believe my trip was nearly finished.

Hello Bucharest, I'm so glad to be here!

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 27, 2013

1 comment, 49 photos

... Artisans sell folk crafts from little tables inside the village. Most crafts were simple, a nice souvenir of Romania. None of it is destine to become family heirlooms.

We spent a good two hours going though old wooded homes and churches, by the water-less wheel displays, and the windless windmill displays. They had a wooden Ferris wheel that, at just 25 foot tall, looked like the most dangerous Ferris wheel on earth.

Bucharest with violins and pastries

A travel blog entry by sujata.dey on Dec 25, 2012

1 comment

... sweaters over their blouses. I bought all sorts of cheese and meat that I didn’t recognize. I pointed and paid whatever they asked. Numbers in Romanian are easy to understand. I tried to take a few pictures, and had a security guard tell me that photos were not allowed. I waiting for him to leave and continued to take photos but more discretely. I hope I wasn’t stealing anyone’s souls! Or is that some myth?

As I write this, ...