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275 Calea Vitan, Bucharest, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

An Adventure in The Balkans

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman

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... m not completely sure what to expect. Most of these countries are rebuilding. Either from Communist Rule or war. The blogs I've read, and the research I've done say that this will be the 'new' Europe, and that visiting the Balkans now, will be the best time ever to visit, because they are 'ready' for tourist, but because it's so new,...the prices are still very low. Few tourist,....cheap prices,.....sounds like my kindda place. Well,....gonna try to get a little more ...

To the ship!

A travel blog entry by clbutler

7

... largest building in the world, 1,100 rooms, 3,700,000 sq ft...
The revolution happened in 1989, with it came many changes for the people. Although they are part of the European Union they did not go to the Euro and things are very reasonable (restaurants at least).
We went back to the hotel and had lunch at a lovely cafe, delicious turkey salad and Bryan had ...

20 miles + no card = Romania

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin

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... because I didn't want to wake everyone else up haha.
About an hour later we woke up to eat a small breakfast and get ready for the run. Shelby and I decided to use the half-marathon as a training day for the full-marathon so we were running 7 miles before the half even started. During our 7 mile run I felt great! The weather was perfect and my body felt good. As soon as we finished the 7 miles we had about 2 minutes to get some water before we went to ...

Bucharest

A travel blog entry by manatwork

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... wanted a road to link to his palace at Mogosoaia with the Old Court. Some of the most beautiful buildings are found here: the National Savings Bank, the Telephone Palace, the Cretulescu Church, and the Romanian Antheneum.


Bucharest has an extensive public transportation system. It consists of the Bucharest Metro, buses, trams, trolleys, and light rail. Cost starts at 4.0 lei for two trips. Unlike the narrow subway platforms in New York ...

Deşteaptă-te, române!

A travel blog entry by mattscott

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... the
Palace of the Parliament, the second largest administrative building in the world (behind the pentagon). The scale of this building is massive, and the construction inside is marble, silk, ornate wood carvings, and crystal chandeliers. Unfoirtunately for all it's impressiveness to a foreign eye, it's construction was at the great cost to Romanians. Nicolae Ceausescu the leader/dictator of Romania up until 1989 spent an estimated ...

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