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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... so his feet would not get soaked in the puddle that was now under the table. Gross. We didn't really fall back asleep after that incident and spent the rest of the ride in a tired state of mind.
Despite the warnings given to us about the taxi and other scam artists at the station, we were not approached by anyone. It is unfortunate that people take advantage of other people like that though. People should just be honest so that travelers don't have to worry ...
So, Bucharest began with a bit of sleep deprival that resolved itself fairly quickly. I was staying near Gara de Nord (more about that later) which was convenient to the railway station (which is great if you are carrying a lot of luggage and want to avoid being ripped off by taxi cabs), but was in a neighbourhood that wasn't known for being safe. But part of the adventure. More on that later.
I arrived Christmas day, and ...
... was just happy to moving again in hopefully the right direction. My seat was stuck in the fully reclined position and unfortunately Helen and Laura were stuck behind me. We had a short rest stop on this trip which took about three hours in the end. We arrived at the next train station at around 10:30pm. A train conductor told a number of people that the next train would be here in 90 minutes. Sara again advised us that at best it was the ...
... doctor. Then we ate at Dracula's Club it was awesome and the food was amazing. My favorite part was the tour of the restaurant. But to get into the restaurant you have to pull ******* the big bell to get in. Then when we left aunt Linda saw a group of boys my age playing a game. While she was talking to them one was flirting with me. So he started winking and blowing kisses at me and I kept shaking my head. Eventually we laughed and me and aunt Linda left. Don't worry I ...
... morning after the long miserable train ride, it was freezing cold and I was super tired. I had a feeling this would be the case so before I left Serbia I searched www.hostelworld.com and saved the directions to a hostel that was within 15 minutes walking time from the train station. There was taxi driver after taxi driver offering rides as soon as I stepped off the train and I walk everywhere I can to save money. It gets a little frustrating but you just have to ignore them and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking