TripAdvisor Reviews El Greco Bucharest
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... well architecturally designed.
I didn’t want to be tired for the rest of my working holiday so I had an early night, but I later discovered that the sun doesn’t set until 9 o’clock and the moon sets not long after the sun.
MY REVIEW OF THE PLACE I STAYED
This hotel was probably the best choice by far. It is so close to the huge Cismigiu Park, it has a bus stop out the front ...
... and major earth quakes, many historic building were in bad shape. They estimate they bulldozed 25% of the historic core. The crown jewel of this urban revitalization was intended to be the Palace of the People, 12 stories, 3100 rooms 33000 sq meters.complex which ended up being the second largest building ever. The tour inside is suppose to be one of the best ways to see it. We were content to view the concrete Goliath from the ...
... with us some of our advisees going to the U.S. this fall to study at Harvard, Yale, Middlebury, Babson, Sarah Lawrence, Worchester Polytechnic, and more.
... homely enough, for two nights at least! Food was served and then it was the first birthday of the trip. Helen, being addicted to Haribo received numerous packets on her lap as a cake was bought out with a candle on. With a very large grin, the candle was blown out and the drinking and party games began. By the end we were playing the cereal box game, trying not to faceplant the floor with the varying amounts of alcohol consumed by members of the group! Thankfully, my £1 ...
... I think this is a hub, or maybe is just a post hidden by cables, I cannot tell, they all look the same.
I am still amazed by the cables but if i turn my sight in another direction I can only see construction sites. Cables and constructions sites are as one. There are so many new buildings and they are all invading the old buildings on Calea Victoriei! I decide to get a coffee and stop to a coffee place by the Piata Victoriei where they ...