Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... for each place we visit. Anyway, the park was nice. Again there were buildings, sports complexes, restaurants and parking lots that took up most of the space...but there were still some wooded areas. There was a giant lake in the middle of the park and we decided to walk around it. We did not realize just how big it was though. It was probably about 3 miles around. We took a nice picnic break half way through. We just sat in the sunshine on the cement wall ...
... this gem of a restaurant.
Somehow, and I am not entirely clear how, I mustered the strength to work for another two hours when I got back to the room and finished that massive project that had been hanging over me.
In lieu of an early morning trip to the hotel gym, I opted for a run through Cismigiu Gardens. After my run I had hoped to find a cute cafe to grab a quick breakfast before my flight, but ...
... the prince comes, , a winter coat, a spring coat, a bathing suit, a suit jacket,
something for the gym, a series of shoes for the whole gamut of sports and activities I could possibly want to do. So I have a heavy suitcase and being not far away has its advantages.
Being close to the train station, make me avoid being cheated by taxi drivers (who will know you are vulnerable in ...
... a map from my hostel and it had a path outlined of where to go to pass all of the main sites. It made things easy. It started out with going up this really cool street that has hundreds of fountains, then I followed that up to the palace, walked through two parks, into old town past all the historical places and museums, then headed back. The old town was pretty nice. It was not as nice as Riga or Tallinn, but still not bad. It ...
... in 2004 and the EU in 2007.
Bucharest is the center of government and commerce for Romania. It is a sprawling urban mass of concrete apartment buildings, busy streets, and a jumble of monumental buildings, some never finished. The heart of the city is “Piata Revolutiei", where the Old Royal Palace is located. This was also the site of Ceausescu’s downfall. This Revolution Square is situated exactly in ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet