Hotel Dacia

Address: 19 Matei Basarab Street, Bucharest, Romania | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 19 Matei Basarab Street, Bucharest, is near Chamber of Deputies (Palatul Parlamentului), Cismigiu Gardens, The National Museum of Art of Romania, and Bucharest Mall.
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      Travel Blogs from Bucharest

      One full day is NEVER enough when traveling!

      A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Jan 01, 2015

      ... local fare. However, I was not overly impressed by the whole experience.

      At this point, I was filled and watered so rest was up next. I recuperated for a bit in the hostel and then set out to find some groceries while taking in a much as I could before retiring for the day. Finding a grocery store was almost as much trouble as finding something open that morning. It’s a good thing I am not afraid to ask for directions or help because I have been ...

      The happiest 5k

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... and realised it was for an obscene gesture to the crowd. from then on Steaua were fairly comfortable and added a 3rd late on (I have to confess I wasn't paying attention and missed the goal) it's becoming a familiar theme that I am writing to you from the comfort (loosely speaking) of a bus, sweltering due to the lack of air conditioning, this time somewhere in Bulgaria. In quite a productive stop in Bucharest, one major issue was resolved as I finally did some ...

      A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Athenaeum

      A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Jul 17, 2013

      1 comment, 52 photos

      ... doors were locked, so I walked around to the side. The door was open, and there was a man sitting on a folding chair watching television. He stopped me and said it would cost 10 lei. Seemed totally worth it to me, so I shelled out the cash. Then I was instructed to wait. He went into the building and returned with an elderly gentleman who proceeded to ask me to follow him. Seemed perfectly safe to me to follow this old man into a deserted building. It was, and ...

      The Birthday Post - Bucharest, Romania

      A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 18, 2012

      ... and loading up on water, I walked up to the Old City. Now this was the third Eastern European old city I had been in so far, and this one was completely different. For one thing, it was flat (like most of the city), and the streets themselves were easier to walk on, with modern cobblestones and even pavement at parts. For another, this Old City was the center for nightlife in Bucharest apparently, as every storefront was a bar, club, or cafe. The streets were entirely lined with ...

      Bucharest not my favorite place.

      A travel blog entry by extremelife on Nov 20, 2011


      ... a family who would let travelers come stay and work on the farm where they lived outside the city but had no luck getting in touch with them so I decided to go ahead and catch a bus to Bulgaria. The hostel was a long way from the bus station so I gave myself what I thought would be plenty of time to get there and find a bus headed south. I got lost a few times and struggled finding someone that could tell me where the bus station was but I finally found it and they said the next ...