Hotel Razvan

Calea Calarasi, No 159, Bucharest, 030614, Romania | 3 star hotel
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And I Have Walked 10,000 Miles....��

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman


... read online that it is VERY difficult to leave Bucharest by train, and go to ANY of the other countries that I had planned for us to see. I have researched this trip for months, and have over 100 pages of notes saved, and NOTHING led me to believe that this was not 'doable'. One of the closest towns in Bulgaria is 245 omiles away. By my calculations, we would make it by train in 4-5 hrs. How about '27' hrs !?!?! Are you KIDDING me??? The trains that used to make ...

Talking to Romanians

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... in the cafe for a while so we went from coffee to beer. Elenka asked Radu - who's a TV producer when he's not shooting the **** with foreigners or saving young women and their pets - about Romania's economy, or more precisely, how people can afford to shop in expensive stores and eat in chic restaurants. Radu replied that two years ago his apartment was worth 250,000 Euros. Today it's valued at 95,000 Euros. As a result of the slide no one ...

Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... as well as how many restaurants with great outdoor seating. It’s 9pm by the time we finish, and we are really hot and exhausted now, so we make our way back to the hotel and go to bed without dinner.

Friday 22nd June Bucharest

Up to the hotel’s café for the included breakfast, which looks great. Unfortunately there is a group of walkers in, and all the tables are occupied, so have to wait for a table, although we do have a ...

The city of cars and cars and cars

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... in the world, after the Pentagon. The boulevard is lined with some pretty cool fountains and there are benches along the walk to stop and reflect, eat your lunch etc.

The city was very busy. Businessman walking by on their mobile phones, everyone dressed to impress and little cafe and deli's are scattered everywhere. What I did notice, more than anything else, was the volume of cars. ...

At second sight...

A travel blog entry by ada_san


... I found little old alleyways and a couple of interesting spots. After staying another day and making a bike tour with Florin and Anna to the train station where i bought my ticket to Istanbul. I went to bed early, even though Florin was inviting me to a night out...but wise as I was I decided not to. He came back at 5am the next morning, that wouldn't help me in coping with a 22hr journey to Istanbul. ...

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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good