Hotel Lev Or
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... of thing all the time! Bucharest nightlife is definitely not for the faint of heart!
The night started out fairly innocuously, with dinner at a lively beer hall - the night should have ended there, as Alex had a prior engagement. But that ended up just being the start of it all ... after a couple of drinks at a sports pub, we were ready to call it quits at around 10 PM, but then the karaoke bar started calling us, a place that ...
... era ended at the end of 1989. Tear it down or finish it? The Romanians opted to finish it as it was too expensive to demolish. Ceausescu gave his last speech from the balcony here in December of 1989 before he and his wife took off in a helicopter. Military forces tricked him into landing in Romania. A hasty trial was pulled together right then and he and his wife were executed by firing squad on 25 Dec 1989. Romania was ...
... on it even made me feel very powerful! I imagine that anyone with real power must feel incredible! Despite the tour lasting almost an hour and a half, we still only saw 8% of the building.
The whole area was redeveloped after 12% of the city was demolished, and it now looks absolutely stunning. With many fountains and beautifully landscaped boulevards. However one thing was immediately clear...it was ...
... Bucharest, I was on a road that alternated between single and dual carriageway. The cars were doing 90-100mph regardless of how many lanes which given that we also shared the road with numerous horse and carts made for some fun moments. It is also worth highlighting that there were no dividers between the oncoming traffic which made for some fun when they hadn’t given enough time or room to overtake so just pulled into our fast lane..... anyway ...
... with people who already knew me and knew how I like to enjoy my nights out.
But after pondering this question for a bit longer, I realized I was asking the wrong question entirely: if I had wanted to have tons of fun, I would have taken other people with me, and I would've gone to Amsterdam or London, not Eastern Europe. Really, the question should be "Am I having the time of my life?" To which the answer would be a resounding "Yes!" Sure, it's not fun all the time, ...