Centre Ville Elite Aparthotel
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... camping. Then it's to Bulgaria an out start of many different currencies an very little English. As soon as entering the Russian influence is obvious. Drive to sofia , stopping at a wicked hill monastery an spend a night in a hostel an have an incredible Bulgarian dinner, prob the best stews I've had. Tour the centre in the morning then off to Romania. Camp near Bucharest, along with a ...
... Mellissa,....all I can say is that girl must have been an Olympic walker in her previous life. Bucharest is a HUGE city with zillions of cars, but it definitely has some gorgeous buildings, and the people that we encountered were very kind. It is difficult to comprehend that just prior to 1989 they were deeply intrenched under Communist Rule. During the Holocaust, 270,000 Romanian Jews were killed. Below is a little history given by the organization, 'Forget Me ...
... to Bucharest. Because we didn’t have anywhere booked to stay that night (the Belgians did), we wanted to get there quickly to ensure we could stay at the same hostel as our friends. So off we set on a fast boat, while the Belgians took a more leisurely pace on a much slower boat.
We all rendezvoused at a lovely little hostel called Antique. There, we met a friend of Hanna who was also waiting for ...
... as well as how many restaurants with great outdoor seating. It’s 9pm by the time we finish, and we are really hot and exhausted now, so we make our way back to the hotel and go to bed without dinner.
Friday 22nd June Bucharest
Up to the hotel’s café for the included breakfast, which looks great. Unfortunately there is a group of walkers in, and all the tables are occupied, so have to wait for a table, although we do have a ...
... food lovers, and we are always looking for the yummiest foods in each country. Eastern Europe killed us with excess calories but really did spoil us with taste.
1. Bosnian burek (meat or cheese and spinach etc. wraped in filo pastry, topped with sour cream and a dollop of natural yoghurt.
2. Macedonian baklava (a famous Turkish dessert, but so far tastier in Macedonia, which has a large Turkish influence).
3. Croatian ice cream (in particular extra dark chocolate ...