Grand Hotel Continental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... built in the 1892, proved very interesting. The cellar is the "Supplier of Romania's Royal Court" and only makes sparkling wines. We saw the process from bottling to removing the yeast to corking and then hand labelling. The process is labour intensive and a lot is done by hand. The tasting was possibly the best part. The drive throughout the mountains to Sinaia revealed some scenic views as the leaves ...
... forced into the high-rises throughout the cities, high-rises you still see today. Half of Romania’s population now lives in rural villages while half remain in the cities for work. By 1962 collective and state farms controlled over 77% of the land. Nicolae Ceauşescu came to power in 1965, asserting some independence from Soviet rule and he ruled until 1989. In 1974 he became the President of what was now the Socialist Republic of Romania. Despite ...
... of wells throughout the country is testament to that) and whose people are more withdrawn that those in Romania. It is more difficult to travel in but it does offer a glimpse of a Europe that is now disappearing in the strive for modernity. Don’t come to this corner of the world if you want a simple and luxurious holiday. But do come if you’re after a sense of romance and old-style Europe. We like ...
... euros per night, including breakfast and taxes) which we’ve chosen for its excellent position and great reviews on Trip Advisor.
It’s now nearly 4pm local time, and no idea what time according to our internal clocks, and we’re feeling terrible from lack of sleep, the heat, and our flu, so shower and off to bed after arranging a cold Sprite with the front desk. We have Mini-bar drinks and snacks in the room, but no fridge to cool them. ...
... rather than heat stroke because, not to worry anyone, but that can be fatal sometimes, apparently.
Anyway, I'm looking after him, I'm sure he'll be fine. Lots of water and salts and staying out of the sun and stuff. Back to Bucharest.
We'd heard lots of bad things about Bucharest, and so had a lot of the people we met. The Australian girls we met in Brasov had even decided they weren't going to bother and ...