Hotel Razvan

Address: Calea Calarasi, No 159, Bucharest, 030614, Romania | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Bucharest

    Its hard doing nothing

    A travel blog entry by roundthecorner on Apr 17, 2015


    Its been a long day do nothing. The bike needed a large service so I took it to the dealer in Bucharest as this will keep me going for another 6000m so hopefully some where around Mongolia before it needs an other oil change. I had a few options that I could of walked back to the campsite and even then gone into town or gone straight to the town or the bike show that ...

    Day 58: Warm enough for a picnic

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 14, 2013

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... but we actually sampled some while we were making our own dinner and the men were occupied with the tv. It was delicious. It had such a rich flavor of olives and vegetables that had been cooking together for a long time. These men sure know how to cook. Then something weird happened while we were eating at the table. A man came in, took a bucket off the floor and put it on the table. He got a plate and proceeded to open the bucket and take out about ...

    Our Last Train Ride (and I think Mom's happy)

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Aug 24, 2013

    9 photos

    ... with any challenges and prefer to ignore them.

    We got to the station and bought our reservations for 6 leu, that $2. The train was on time and we arrived in Bucuresti by 10am as planned, just less than 3 hours. Following the directions of the conductor from the previous day, we went right to the international ticket booth and bought our reservations for the "Bosphorus Express" or the overnight train to Istanbul. It was 180 ...

    A big palace

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 29, 2013

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... have an "old town" area) and coupled with the wide streets you seem to have to walk for hours to get anywhere. Easy navigation however.
    The most imposing building is the Palace ( now called the Palace of the Parliament - the peoples house.) The second largest building in the world after the Pentagon ( although that is now disputed as there is a shopping mall in China that is meant to be bigger). Everything about it is BIG. The rooms are enormous, ...

    An unlikely European destination

    A travel blog entry by mattcrossley on Feb 07, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... for the communist party in 1980. It is incredibly decadent and is still used today. It took us 45 minutes to walk the whole way around the building!

    Although the days were a little slow, the nights in Bucharest are very different. There is a huge night life there that we didn't expect.
    On our first night we headed too a local bar called Control. This is where all of the young trendy people go, so naturally we thought we should be there. Its kind of a ...