Hotel Relax Comfort Suites
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... is the Pentagon) It was built in order of Nicolae Ceausescu. Two historical quarters, 30 churches monasteries and synagogues and a football stadium had to make place for this mass building. Too much money, crystal, marble went to this building while the whole country was suffering from poverty. The initial use of the building was to host visitors of Ceausescu but the Ceausescu's were executed before the building ...
... 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 ...
... Pinot Gris for no other reason than the fact that it was from Transylvania. While drinking my wine I was already thinking about how I would describe it to Patricia, Matt and Karen. I have since gone online to see if I can order this wine ( I can't) and I found that the winery's own description is quite similar, though a bit more nuanced than my original review. And so, I present to you (but mostly to Patricia, Matt and Karen) the following: The golden yellow ...
... It ended up being the two of us, Louis from Argentina, and If from Hawaii (When he introduced himself, he said "People call me 'If-something-something.' I never found out his real name, and couldn't pronounce his chosen one, so If it would be for the rest of the night.) It turned out to be an awesome group of guys, as each was outgoing, friendly, and up for a good time. Zach was awesome: he was from Chongqing, and had lived in Ukraine and Atlanta to attend school. He was now in ...
The last stop on the Millinum Balkans tour was Bucharest. Dave and Natasha had drug me along on their beak neck tour of the Balkans..... I loved having company..... but a new country every 3 days? I wanted to go WAY slower but these two were on a mission!
They had chosen Bucharest at their departure point because we all had Romanian friends that had worked in America at one point and ...