Grand Hotel Continental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... while the two guards that were socializing then search the bus. Nearly another hour later we are finally allowed back on and we think we are on our way. We cross the bridge over the Danube (the natural border) and then must stop to get our exit stamps, then onto collect the Romanian entry ones. We finally roll into Bucharest at dinner time with a lot of very dissatisfied and hungry people.
With my day basically shot I go in search of some dinner and decide ...
... going on. I could only assume he had been on a train as long as I had, but had also been playing a rigorous game of tennis. Some five hours later, we arrived in Bucharest.
I was relieved for about half a second, then remembered that Sorina had never given me her address, instead assuring me that she lived quite close to the station and would meet me there. I hadn’t had WiFi in quite some time; if something had happened, I had no way of knowing and nowhere to ...
... had. It goes ' Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean'. This is really wise and made me realise how important it is to help others when you get the chance.
By the time I left, I made a lot of friends, people who were abandoned, abused or no family left. But the difference is that together they are all a family. The smallest things really mean a ...
... start of the tour. They spotted the tour bus on the other side of the square and began taking a short-cut though the massive fountains at the square. Junko was clowning about on the fountain wall. Sure enough, she garnered enough attention to be admonished by a security guard. "Hey" he shouted. They aborted their planned trespass and obediently walked around to the bus properly.
Bucharesters were at one ...
... the brutal Stalinist tyrant of the 70s and 80s) commissioned this monster although never saw it finished. The fall of communism, and his subsequent execution by firing squad, came five years before it was eventually finished. Romania at that point I guess had a choice of whether to finish this palace of communism or not. The fact is they did, and the fact that alongside opulent pink marble, sumptuous crystal chandeliers and luxurious ...