Euro Hotels International Triumf

Address: Blvd. Maresal Averescu no. 32 - 34 , Bucharest, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Blvd. Maresal Averescu no. 32 - 34 , Bucharest, is near Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle), Sf. Nicolae (Saint Nicholas), Ecaterina's Gate, and The City Hall.
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      ... map onto my Googlemaps app and sort of had an inkling as to where I was to go from the bus stop. In my excitement after getting off the bus I reloaded it and being that I do not have service on my phone and was not hear WIFI, I lost my map!!! WHAT?! I felt stupid and so mad at myself for doing such a silly thing when I was so close. And when it was SO cold.

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      ... hour asking questions. One of them, inspired by our talk about the collaborative community on campus decided to recreate that collaborative community for the prospective students that had lingered. They were exchanging emails and were planning to set up a way to stay in touch and support each other through the application process. It was wonderful to witness, even if it did have me regretting my choice to wear the black pumps, as I wound up standing for close ...

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