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... ahead.” North or south, Dave asked? “South, I think.” We were on the correct street but following it north. The Happy Hotel is next to the more upscale Ibis Hotel and across from the Euro Hotel.
Unhappy Hotel’s Poor Customer Focus
On check-in, the receptionist said her computer showed we had reserved four rooms for two days. We told her we needed two rooms for four days and to make ...
... and destroyed in order to make room for it. Construction wasn't finished by the time Ceaușescu was overthrown and even today parts of it are still incomplete. The grandeur of the Palace is overwhelming which was Ceaușescu's aim. Now it is used for parliament, tourism,shops and even a swimming pool. Though it can be seen as an unpleasant reminder for Romanians of the hard times that were not as long ago as ...
... obtain nice accommodations at the Umbrella hostel. Very nice place.
We all went out to a restaurant and I ordered the meat. Not I ordered meat. I ordered the various meat from the menu. I think it was due to the exhaustion and over heating but I could not actually finish the meal even though I had burned approximately 7800 calories during the day.
After the meal I needed ...
... this soon.
It became a very different game when we crossed over the Romanian border from Hungary with it getting a lot less comfortable with the heat, poorness of the place and the introduction to squat toilets.
Lowlight = Ah the heat.....and the vampire mozzies although Jules and an Aussie mate still the only ones not to be bitten.
Highlight = The countryside scenery and horse and carts
... 8212;I think I had just heard the Romanian word for *******.
We checked in to the hotel, unpacked, showered and then took off to explore the city; mostly with the idea of keeping awake until sometime that evening. Neither of us had been very successful sleeping on our flights and we were dog tired, but we wanted to get “time-adjusted” so we could get underway this morning with our camera-toting-gawking tourist routine.
It is too soon ...