Domenii Plaza By Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the race hadn't started! We found the starting place (see the sports oval type area on left of map) - lots and lots of cyclists. We watched the start at 10am and checked back there at 11.15, but nobody had finished.
The road at the bottom of the map is through the trees - slightly elevated, so great views of the town.
Taxi back to the hotel and checked out at midday.
Good job we spent that 6 lei (less than $2) to reserve seats on ...
... t want to split up. Great karma ensued as the cabin I moved two only had 2 of us in, the spare bed was free so lots of extra room! I sat in the restaurant cabin and watched The Hurt Locker on my iPad which was SICK. Theres some other Brit lads there too and a few Brit couples which was comforting. They cooked full on meals here though! I'm talking steaks and soups and paninis etc. Smelt great but I only fancied the little pizza bites I'd bought. ...
... within this country.
On our second day, our emphasis was on the long-standing communist legend that persists in Romania. In 1946, the Romanian People's Republic was proclaimed. Towns and street names were changed to honor Soviet figures. A period of terror ensued among the people. Romanians suffered under a twenty-five year ...
... for awhile which Cat was more than happy to oblige. Later that evening Juha took us to a DJ party in the park. It seems Juha knows all the DJs in Bucharest and hostels. The party was on a patio on a small pond ın Carol Park overlooking the giant mausoleum. I was still extremely tıred so my night ended around 2:00 am. I think Gen and Juha stayed out until 5:30 in the morning. Crazy! ...
After Brasov, our plan was to spend a week in the nature reserve at the delta of the Danube River, where it enters into the Black Sea. To get from Brasov to the Danube Delta, we needed to go to the capital of Romania, Bucharest and switch trains there to get to the delta. It was a leisurely transition, we had almost 2 hours between arriving in Bucharest and when our next train departed. We had plenty of time to grab some lunch, find a store to ...