El Greco

Str. Jean Louis Calderon 16, Bucharest, Romania | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $61.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Day 42: Romanian Pastries!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee

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... A LOT of them. This is probably why the city looks pretty run down. We explored part of old-town and passed by a bunch of pastry shops.

We decided to stop by to get a bunch of different pastries for dinner. They were pretty good and the entire meal came to about $3! Once we got back to the hotel, it started pouring.

-- Ryan L.
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Butting Heads at Two Hotels

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... and we didn’t need to be concerned. But Junko was concerned so called her credit card company. Debits and credits had been received from the hotel and they were confused. It seemed that she had been returned too much money. We brought it up again with the helpful and cheerful receptionist assured us that the billings were submitted for correct number of hotel nights. A few days later, Junko and Hiro’s statement was still ...

An Introduction to Romania

A travel blog entry by christina88

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... Throughout the city, there were also numerous displays of street art, which I captured a few shots of. Although these aren't very telling of multiculturalism in Romania, they are interesting displays of, perhaps, the youth culture within Bucharest. It will be interesting to see what the rest of our time in Romania reveals about the ...

Leaving Israel

A travel blog entry by joeld

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... time as possible in all that hoopla. For example I have the timing down for an afternoon/evening international flight out of Houston. They recommend being present at the airport three hours before departure. Are you supposed to be walking on your hands backwards while you’re there? I tend to arrive 45-60 minutes before scheduled departure because the long line of economy class and following security line has melted down to nothing at that point. I ...

Drink Barcardi like its your Birthday

A travel blog entry by nikijaine

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... of Vlad Draculea also known as Tepes or The Impaler due to his charming habit of attaching horses to the legs of anyone who had ****** him off and then gradually forcing a sharpened stake into the body often via the anus. Apparently Vlad sometimes had the stakes arranged in various geometric patterns so he did give reign to his creative artistic side too.

The following day we visited Bran Castle which is also ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good