Hotel Relax Comfort Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Istanbul on Monday night, but the trains were not running, so we had to go by bus. There were construction works happening in both Turkey & Bulgaria. After leaving at 10pm, it was a long trip to Bucharest (Romania). It took 3 different buses & 1 train to get there, complete with border crossings at unearthly hours. The mountain scenery in Bulgaria was most impressive, and reminded me of a ...
... This caused a lack of trust even among close friends and family members. The thing that Ceauşescu is perhaps infamously remembered for however, is the overflowing orphanages. Because Ceauşescu longed to be an industrial giant and a military leader of Europe he outlawed birth control and abortion almost immediately after gaining rule of the country. He taxed all families with fewer than 5 children. All women in factories were subjected to a ...
... Mitu (pronounced "me too"), Ion (John), and his son, my little cousin Bogdan. I can't believe my little cousin I remember carrying in my arms when he was born is already 16 and growing taller and taller! Everyone else looks the same, just a little bit older and have whiter hair haha.
We didn't stay at the airport for long, as we hopped in my uncle's car and started driving back towards home. ...
... After another uneventful flight we are in Bucharest! Imagine. The Viking Tour people met us at the airport, no prob. The hotel is in the older part of the city and the traffic is unreal, cars everywhere. We're glad we don't have to worry about it. We had a pricey meal at the hotel cafe but we were too tired to venture anywhere else. After a couple of glasses of wine, I ...
... a leisurely breakfast, and talk to some people from Connecticut, then walked to Cismigiu park and lake north of the Parliament Building.
The park is free, lots of people, paddle boats in the lakes, fountains, lots of benches, and a lot of summer greenery. We exit the park at the east side, do a clockwise loop through streets with a mix of old and communist era buildings. This takes us back to the river and the Metro, at the edge of a giant park of ...