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Address: Str. Gheorghe Polizu nr.4, Bucharest, Romania | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Aug 01, 2015

    15 photos

    ... military purposes, and bugger the cost in live or money, it was a communist dictatorship, after all.

    We had planned the route there to take a rural feel, up hill and down dale. However we got tarmac that did that. Talk about rough, following on from yesterday it was like riding a horse. Front going up and down constantly, ******* the backside, and neither smooth nor fast.

    May be the “best road in the world” according to Top ...

    Little Paris, Big Donuts

    A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Feb 17, 2015

    28 photos

    ... two days, a minor miracle considering the distance, and only one true stopover – an hour in Vienna right around dinner time.

    I used my train time semi-wisely. I wrote a paper for my Ethics class. I used my meager German to secure a spoon for my yogurt-eating requirements. I read part of Dracula. I took pictures of the pretty scenery. I reviewed a list of Romanian phrases. I smiled at all the cute babies. (I don’t know why, but the trains that day were ...


    A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Aug 14, 2014

    45 photos

    ... 8211; took a bit longer than I expected. I didn’t mind though as the views while we trundled slowly through the green fields and misty hills of Transylvania were spectacular. It’s easy to see why so many spooky myths could originate from such a place.

    When the train finally did arrive in Brasov, the unofficial capital of Transylvania, I was prepared for hordes of beggars and all manner of nasty touts. Instead, there was nothing of ...

    The Final European Frontier

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jun 26, 2014

    20 photos

    ... and is second only in sheer size to the Pentagon. It was built and planned by the former regime and was intended to be the single hub for all of Romania's political and governmental needs. Its scale is awesome and it sits in the heart of the city. Whole swathes of the old city were destroyed to make way for it and it now dominates the skyline. It is twelve stories high but the first two stories are bigger than most other buildings in the city. Nowadays, the ...

    Hello Bucharest, I'm so glad to be here!

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 27, 2013

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... Hummm……

    Below, I'll add details to the story, 6 weeks after the events.

    I Know a Little

    Dracula, Comăneci (the 1st perfect 10) and Ceaușescu are three Romanians I had heard of before coming to Romania. And I had heard of Transylvania, and Romania's capital, Bucharest but could not point to them on a map. Our cycle trip along the Danube has taught us a lot about the ...