Golden Tulip Victoria - Bucharest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you find interest in surprising places! Addition: I forgot something! On our first full day in Bucharest, after we knew we probably weren't going to go to Transylvania, we decided to visit the ruins of a palace that Dracula probably used. The museum itself cost around 75 cents. We went and they guy had very little change (none for the money we had). we walked around and could not find anywhere to give us change! We ended up just getting a ...
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... out looking for the famous Caru cu Bere restaurant and beer hall, but miss a turn and walk all over the old town, retracing a lot of our route on the free tour. A fixed map on the street helps put us right, and we find the beer hall quite close to our hotel.
We go inside the hall, take seats at the bar, and have a beer and a pretty ordinary white wine. Get a good look at the hall ornately decorated with carved timber, and a timber spiral staircase. ...