Hotel Michelangelo

Address: No.25, Henri Coanda Str., Bucharest, 7000, Romania | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on No.25, Henri Coanda Str., Bucharest, is near Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle), Sf. Nicolae (Saint Nicholas), The City Hall, and Ecaterina's Gate.
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    Travel Blogs from Bucharest

    The Wonderful Cruise

    A travel blog entry by sfotch on Apr 25, 2015

    210 photos

    ... influences, and particularly the communist control following World War II took away the abilities to nationalize and become their own people. Now, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia are struggling with the economic and political issues to find equilibrium. So far, it has been our observation that each is committed to a sense of democracy and protests are expected to ensure their commitment ...

    Little Paris, Big Donuts

    A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Feb 17, 2015

    28 photos

    ... a fit of tourism, and tried some of Sorina’s and Andrei’s more traditional Romanian pizzas too. In Romania, sauce does not come on the pizza; you have to ask for it on the side and the spread it on top or dip it. I thought my pizza had no sauce because Dracula had sucked the blood out of it. Apparently not.

    When we finally returned that night, I only really had time to shower and pack. Sorina and I, exhausted, went to bed, and at 5:45 yesterday ...

    Two days in Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by brian.budik on May 30, 2014

    67 photos

    ... civilian building with an administrative purpose in the world and the second largest government building in the world after the Pentagon. The street where my grandmother (Margarita Lohner Budik) lived during her elementary school years on Strada Baterilor no longer exists as it was demolished in order to make room for the Parliament area. I was not able to enter the parliament because I had not made a prior tour reservation and ...

    Kevin And Peter Do Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 28, 2013

    7 photos

    ... society going, you see. Just a little bribe here and there get things done!”

    It was hard to tell how serious he was being. He was obviously young, funny, and talented enough to create this exquisitely designed hostel. The room was covered in boards with colourful chalk writing, listing every upcoming hostel activity, with various well-maintained pot-plants, and even a bicycle attached to one of the walls as a decoration.

    Either way, Kevin and I were amused. We sat ...

    An Introduction to Romania

    A travel blog entry by christina88 on Mar 10, 2013

    27 photos

    ... living and then placed within these boxes.
    On the morning of the 13th we departed Bucharest and were on the road for our second stop of our trip. As we reached the peripherals of the city and beyond the buildings became a lot more run-down. However, as we began to leave Wallachia so did the landscape and my overall impressions of Romania itself. ...