Hotel Lev Or

25 Occidentului Street, District 1, Bucharest, 10981, Romania | 3 star hotel
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A vital travel experience for all you Roam-maniacs

A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter


Over the years, my Easter city breaks have become consistent, enjoyable, and, most significant of all, highly memorable experiences, and although this was booked in place of a cancellation I was forced to make due to a schedule change for a flight to Kiev, pre-departure reading boded very well for this trip. Upon arrival at Bucharest's Otopeni …

The Days of Bucharest

A travel blog entry by aszliross


... fighting the residue of jet lag until I was startled awake just before five. Outside was a huge commotion. At first it sounded positive, so I thought it was part of the Bucharest Days celebration-- but there were distinct chants. Soccer rally? The local team was playing tonight but that didn't seem right either. It was a very large group right outside, they stayed for at least half an hour before finally moving on-- turned out it was a ...

Hot & Stormy

A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013


... against the state. The coup was more famous to me due to the amazing video footage of his last speech and the broadcast of the execution. The possible 'straw that broke the camel's back' was a rather large straw. It was the construction of the second largest building in the world on a site formerly occupied with a large area of the city. At a cost of millions, using gold and marble the building was 70% complete at the time of ...

Shit Night

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55


... the seat. A full ****. It was DISGUSTING! I swear I washed my hands 20 times and that was not enough. I informed the bar staff who just pretended they didn't know. I put a candle on the seat to warn future toilet goers but they just used the toilet anyway. I started to wonder if I was the only person not willing to use a toilet with a big **** on it!? Every time I ventured to the men's bathroom, I ...

Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... megalomaniacal, and he built many expensive follies. Eventually the people revolted against him in 1989, and he and his wife were executed by a firing squad. He was replaced by Ion Iliescu as President, and Petre Roman as prime minister, after elections that were reputed to involve coercion and intimidation. Student protests against the former Communist ruler were ruthlessly squashed by 20,000 coal miners shipped in by Iliescu.

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