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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... br> I had walked around the show twice in under two hours so decided to leave. The rest of the day was spent trying to catch up with the blog but there was always some one to talk to. I went back into the city for the free guided tour. The tour was good showing one or two parts of the city hiden ...
... and no one who's reaching a hand to help for a better future.
Today Romania it is not more the Romania which I remember in my childhood. Especially after this visit, my view to Romania and Romanians has been completely changed.
As it was a business trip, instead of a report day by day, I report more the highlight of the stay.
It was the first time that I ...
... had barely touched the sides after 24 hours between meals prior to that, so I asked for a dinner recommendation from the hostel and went out for the evening. I arrived at the little local restaurant and was confronted with a huge menu, all in Romanian. I looked confused, so the lady asked if I needed help. I asked her what she recommended and she told me that she could do me chicken, potatoes and salad. There were some interesting looking salads ...
... a side plate of red onions and a jalapeno. I inquired, and was instructed to enjoy them with the soup, as they would make the soup taste better. I am not sure that is entirely true but, when in Bucharest. Who would have thought that the slices of raw red onion would be spicier than the jalapeno?
The mici was interesting, but I can't say it was the most enjoyable thing I ate. The waiter had asked me how many I wanted and I said "two" but he shook his head ...
... in Bucharest, but after 4 separate near-collisions with other vehicles (for which they were all to blame) and witnessing large snarls of traffic, I would be inclined to agree.
So to the train station. Easily found my carriage and seat and as the train pulled away from the station, a fellow passenger asked me (in Romanian) if he was on the right train, to Brasov. I sure hope so.
The journey was rather comfortable and dare I say ...