Crystal Palace Hotel
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... brand new apartment! For an old styled building my room is huge with a kitchen, a living room and a view of the Cismigiu Park there isn’t anything else I could have asked for. My room has free Wi-Fi and a stocked mini fridge with everything included in the cost unlike most hotels where you pay for what you want. For my three night stay the cost is $509 au and for the view it is a perfect price with breakfast included. School groups would think that the price ...
... going home, we stopped in at the AFI Palace Mall, as modern and pleasant as shopping mall anywhere.
Guided Bucharest Free Walking Tour
On Monday, Michelle and I joined a Guided Bucharest Walking Tour. Junko and Hiro had seen many of the sites already on their own and didn’t join us.
The sun was blazing and we felt like ants under a magnifying glass at 10am. Luckily, Michelle had ...
... conveniently right on the bike route.
Hurray, a Billa Market
After a short rest, we biked a kilometer to a Lidl Market. Since it lacked a deli, we continued on to the Bila market. It is great to have choices in this town. Most villages we pass through have nothing more than a small market with places to sit and meet your neighbor for a beer.
We thought we had seen enough of this town, and ...
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The campsite was on the outskirts of Bucharest, close to the zoo. It was more geared up to campervans and people staying in their small lodges on site. Summed up by the bit of scrubland at the back we were taken to to set up the tent. Once cleared of all of the logs, brambles and thistles, the tent managed ...