Central Hotel

Address: Nicolae Balcescu, nr. 4, Suceava, 720002, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Nicolae Balcescu, nr. 4, Suceava.
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Travel Blogs from Suceava

In Search of My Roots

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 04, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... who I am and who I am looking for. Asking for a map to their home. The second, a sheet for my family explaining who I am and how I know about them. I don't have high hopes but I set off in the morning hoping for a miracle.

I arrive in town and stop at the local grocer. The girl behind the counter speaking no English reads my sheet. She has no idea who I am after. I am about to leave and seek another local when a man comes in and she asks him about my ...

Day Twelve

A travel blog entry by suz18c on Jun 14, 2014

9 photos

... blow out of Russia." They were fortresses at one time. The frescoes told the story of the Bible to the ill erase peasants. If you ask how the paintings survived, the nuns say : "By the grace of God." But a young nun told us they restored them and put a protective glaze on them. Lunch was a hoot. We stopped at a bed and breakfast where we also had an egg painting demonstration. The guy was very ...

Day Eleven

A travel blog entry by suz18c on Jun 13, 2014

4 photos

Long day just driving. We left the central section of Romania and are now up by the Moldova and Ukraine border. Drove thru the Carpathian Mountains, Bicaz Canyon to Lake Rosu. We are presenting in Gura Humorului. So lucky, a small festival in town and I am fortunate enough to have a room overlooking the music! Drove thru some really charming villages with very interesting architecture but for whatever reason we could not stop for ...

My Journey from Romania to Ukraine!

A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 01, 2014

35 photos

... in the parking lot, only taxis. I asked a taxi driver if he could take me to Cernăuţi (Chernivtsi in Romanian and the official name of the city while it was under Romanian rule between 1918 and 1940). The driver offered to take me for 100 Lei (about $30). Although that was more than the 30 Lei I was planning to spend on the bus, I would arrive over seven hours earlier to Chernivtsi. The driver made me pay him in advance in order to fill ...

Voronet Monastery

A travel blog entry by ralund on Mar 18, 2013

2 photos

... enough to visit four of them. The first monastery we visited was the Voronet Monastery. This monastery was built by Stephen the Great in 1488 to commemorate the victory of the Battle of Vaslui. This monastery is often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of the East. It features a depiction of the Last Judgement painted in ...