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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

The Wonderful Cruise

A travel blog entry by sfotch on Apr 25, 2015

210 photos

... day, one that allowed his to pass the Iron Gate, It is located in Djerdap National park. It has the remnants of an old Roman bridge that at one time spanned the Danube. Items of interest can be found dating back to 6500 BC.


Little Paris, Big Donuts

A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Feb 17, 2015

28 photos

... and even a vacuum cleaner! Pelișor was also beautiful, in a more real way. There was a lot of art nouveau furniture, both Sorina’s and my favorite period, and it was easier to imagine a family living there. Bran Castle, on the other hand, was cold and stony and medieval, and after the decadence of that morning, not very appealing. We paid for an audio guide, but it mainly listed the dates each piece of furniture came from, which didn’t make much ...

Two days in Bucharest

A travel blog entry by brian.budik on May 30, 2014

67 photos

... Europe look exactly the same as the European packaged products sold in Israel.

Later, I took the metro to Piața Unirii (Union Square). The metro was very clean, modern, and efficient. Once again, only a minimum of a two-way fare could be purchased for 4 Lei (about $1.25).

Once at Piața Unirii, I attempted to look for the Templul Coral, one of the main synagogues in Bucharest. What was supposed to be ...

Kevin And Peter Do Bucharest

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 28, 2013

7 photos

... Bucharest was situated in yet another dark, concrete, 'brutalist' apartment block. But once we'd climbed the seven flights of stairs, the hostel revealed itself to be a beautiful decorated, lively hostel, which really showed what a little interior decorating can do. As we walked up the stairs, Kevin and I wondered whether we were in the right place. 'If we hear Australian voices, then we will know it's a hostel,' I half-joked, but when we opened the hostel door, we were greeted by just ...


A travel blog entry by kworld on Mar 08, 2013

... signage and headed to my flight. By some fluke of the system, I was sat in row 1, sharing the rest of the row occasionally with the crew. I took this to be a privileged position, being able to see the inner workings of the crew, a sort of reward for my hours in the sky to date. My credibility was damaged though by my inability to work the toilet sink. Another lesson ...