Golden Tulip Victoria - Bucharest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... via a scenic route that was recommended to us. Perhaps they were taking the ****.
Total distance travelled was about 240kms. First 60 or so were fine on a mixture of country roads. Then things started to deteriorate. The last 80kms into the city were road works with traffic lights and single lane and gravel. At least it was only 36 degrees. We took to crashing red lights and passing in the roadworks, which sounds dangerous but it wasn’t. Those ...
... when they’re from out of town. You have to,” she concluded.
Like Sorina, Ruxi had worked at Cedar Point the previous two summers. She had already graduated college, with a degree in Italian and English that she didn’t yet know what she wanted to do with. When Sorina said Ruxi was coming from school, it wasn’t because she was taking classes, but because she was teaching seven-year-olds English. Both she and Sorina had impressive language ...
... s buildings on the face of the step which paints picture as you walk up. Finally after what seem like hours but in fact it was only 15 minutes I reached the top. It has more than 100 steps and peaks to the highest point in Bucharest with an amazing view. This would be Great for a school group after a day of viewing art.
So far this has been the longest day yet! I am exhausted but it is worth it.
... we overheard a English man getting abrupt with her so James had a chat with him to see what was going on, then the owner turned up yelling and accusing the English man of not paying last time he was here and gave him 10mins to get out or he would call the police. We were thinking great, what's he going to say to us. After their heated discussion he came and saw us, he apologised and said he had double booked so tonight is free to sleep in ...
... the Carpathian Mountain, twice woken up by border control for passport checks at the Hungarian and then the Romanian borders - finally arriving in Bucharest at 4pm. We were met by Emil, our guide from Adventure Transylvania, and taken for a tour of the city.
So far Romania has been a interesting country - we are looking forward to the schedule Emil has put together for us, which includes: Drive to Transylvania, see Snagov Monastery, tour the walled city of