Grand Hotel Continental
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... the bar completely trashed. They woke me up with their loud talking and I was in constant fear that they would vomit on me. I think they were finally kicked off the train about an hour later. It was obvious they were a bother to the whole car. Then right after I fell asleep a 2 little bottle of carbonated drink fell off the table across the aisle and exploded under our table. I was able to grab my purse off of the floor just in time but it meant that John would have to put ...
... money but I make sure he's not getting that. Finally he makes his way off the train, mumbling in Romanian. These people are too much. While trying to cram all Mom's luggage in our tiny room, the conductor offered us an adjoining care for €20 more and we took it. Now we each had a room and space for the luggage. I'm sure he keeps that money but who cares.
We pull at at 12:30pm and head towards Sofia. These trains are old. I ...
... carry a large 12 inch lens. It is the way to get people who are interested in you for the wrong reasons: prostitutes, pick pockets, thieves, tour guides, beggars, pick up artists and sales people. Unless that is your cup of tea. Besides, you are not the centre of attention, the place is. Which brings me to number 12.
12) Shut up!! There is nothing worse than travelling ...
... enjoying the contrasting scenery. At one point we passed along a rather scenic mountain range, I think it was part of the Carpathians.
The train arrived in to Bucharest around 11:50am, it was a pleasant journey and seemed to go quite quickly. We didn’t not have far to go to our hotel, it was literally across the road from the train station. After some free time to get settled into the hotel and grab some ...
... it's fun it's a revelation, the excitement of having fun while broadening my horizons, while doing something distinctly new. This is the time of my life because it will change me indefinitely, change me for the better; it will provide fodder for bar stories and first-date questions; it will be one of those adventures that will enter the timeline of my life, those two months I traveled the world by train, seeing things, meeting people, and getting lost for hours on end without caring a ...