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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Two days in Bucharest

A travel blog entry by brian.budik


I arrived to Bucharest around noon. Passport control took only thirty seconds and I quickly changed some Dollars into Romanian Lei. Once outside, I paid 7 Lei (About $2) for a two-way fare on bus 783 to Bucharest (it is not possible to purchase a one-way fare).

After boarding the bus, it quickly filled up, but I was lucky to get a seat. I was sweating for most of the trip as the air conditioning was not functioning. Next to me ...

Day 13 - unlucky for some.

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


... for the morning. Up again at 5 which is annoying. The hostel I'm in is sick but really quiet! If it was busy it would be such a good night. Damnit. Saw a few sights today. There was a lovely chapel with the coolest gold decor inside. It literally looked like a billionaires dream. Also I think the picture is the parliament building though I'm not 100 percent! Next time I update will be from istanbul which means I have hit my most eastern point. Adios ...

An Introduction to Romania

A travel blog entry by christina88


... building while his own people were suffering and starving. Today, the giant building serves as the Palatul Parlamentului. In other words, it houses Romania's Parliament.
During our tour on our second day we stumbled upon an interesting monument, which supposedly many of the people of Bucharest do not like very much, and which our ...

Count Christopher Dracula Appears

A travel blog entry by betsybond


... d seen postcards (next to the information center). The dinner was in a great old building, with a huge courtyard, balcony seating – though to be nice to our group we were seated in our own room, at long table – in the basement – so much for the views, balconies and courtyards. We had a visit from Count Christopher Dracula during dinner – always up for a good laugh. While some seemed to not enjoy it, I loved Bucharest. ...

Leaving Israel

A travel blog entry by joeld


... to run our bags through the largest x-ray machine I’ve ever seen. One x-ray machine for a zillion people in line and the guy running it seemed to have some specific standards on how bags were to enter. Such a fast moving line.

While we wait, just like when I arrived, a chick about my age asks for my passport and e-ticket. She seems more friendly than the one I had to deal with on arrival, maybe because they figure I am already in the country and ...

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