Hotel Bella Donna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bella Donna Chisinau
Excellent service whith a smile. Clean rooms with everything needed :)
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... earlier on. The red was also pretty nice. She got us to hold a white napkin underneath the tilted wine glass. If you see a change of colour from light to dark that means it's a young wine. This was a good tip. I will remember that. I think the last one was my favourite which was the sparkling wine. The said we should concentrate on the bubbles. If the bubbles are small it means that it's a good sparkling wine. Smaller the better. After the tour ended Erdem asked what will they do ...
... and is actually quite good, even by North American standards. It wouldn't have been my top choice for today, but one of the other hostel goers managed to convince me to hide out for a few hours in air-conditioned bliss, and grab some lunch there. Not the most cultural or spiritually-enriching experience, but it was good enough for today!
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... that all-important passport stamp and to be able to say that I've traveled to this country. It's a relatively-new nation, having emerged as an independent republic when the USSR collapsed in the early 90s, and is somewhat lacking an identity - it seems to be part Romanian, part Russian, and part Soviet, all rolled up into one.
It was once part of Romania but then annexed by the USSR, resulting in a very odd split of the country. ...
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... and such interesting company. Between the 9 of us there, there were 7 nationalities (Canadian, English, American, Jamaican, Ukrainian, Georgian, and Romanian) and 8 languages (English, Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish, German, French, Georgian, and Romanian). The conversation was so interesting because everyone had traveled a good deal and everyone came from different backgrounds, but there we all were.
It was quite a special and unique ...