Hotel Relax Comfort Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... As we are now traveling through Serbia the ship sponsored a Serbian Tea time with a variety of cakes and pastries of Serbia.
Prior to our dinner we were invited to Viking Explorer Society party for those who have been on more than one cruise. The Aquavit Terrace was packed and the captain, hotel manager and program director toasted us and there we some people who were on their ...
... woke up with me to take me to catch my train. She had packed a bag full of Romanian food for me to take, including Romanian apples (she’s right, they really are better!) and homemade blackberry jam from her mother and the rest of the blackberry syrup and the last of the coliva. Romanian hospitality is the best.
After taking a train thirty-one hours across the continent to stay with this person I hardly knew, I was leaving a weekend later having made what ...
... no spots left.
After walking around the city for several hours, I decided to go back to the apartment and rest. At night, I went back to the supermarket to purchase some food items for my train ride, and returned to the apartment and finish packing. At 10:30 PM on the dot, the owner of the apartment from the Interland Group knocked on the door of the apartment to make sure I was leaving at the exact time we had agreed.
... for about an hour. This was mainly because Kevin and I asked him how to deal with Bucharest's notorious stray dog problem.
“You're afraid of dogs?”
“No no, it's just that we had this issue in Bulgaria because they were very territorial and...”
“I have a mission for you Peter. And also for you, Kevin. By the end of your stay in Bucharest, you need to pat a dog. And let it lick your hand.”
Very soon afterwards, Kevin ...
... 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. ...