Ibis Bucarest Parliament House
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... home and seeing how they live and we get to chat and engage on a social level. We met Elena and her husband, Stefan, both 30 something IT professionals. Stefan plied us with the local alcoholic poison, Tuica, then beer and wine, while Elana cooked up an amazing three course meal of local cuisine. It was like having a night off from travelling, as all 14 of us lounged about on the sofa and enjoyed a delicious home cooked meal, and learnt a bit about modern city life in ...
... had trouble having sex with non-celibate girls too. I was just happy to chat to Mormons to be honest, and just as I hoped, they were all cheerful and easy to talk to. They'd been working in an orphanage for a month and were taking a few days off to explore Romania.
“Oh right, Mormons!” I heard Michael, the Australian, comment. “You're like, not allowed to use electricity right?”
The Mormon girls laughed. “No, that's the Amish!”
... decoration vary greatly.
One of the most impressive buildings in the city is the old communist party building with its colonnaded facade facing the long square with the ‘sunken’ church and the construction. I think it is now a parliament building. There are a number of museums hereabouts and a couple of Russian churches with their gold onion domes.
In the compact city centre we saw no fewer than 5 Macdonalds and 1 KFC. It was ...
... we had taken a seriously wrong turn somewhere along the way. After admiring the absolutely massive building for a while it was back to the maps for Navigator Lyndsey to figure out our next move. Although certain we were back on track, it took another visit to our maps a little further along before we finally located our hotel. Bucharest isn’t the easiest city to navigate... nothing seems to make any sense and there is a serious lack of street ...
... didn't like it but it has grown on me as I walked around. There are some things you defiantly notice though, I have not seen 1 person smile since I have been here, they all walk around with scowls on their faces and when they speak to you it is never jolly, I know English is not their first language so you can excuse them, also as I mentioned there are lots of tramps and stray dogs around and it defiantly has an edge about it ,I don't feel I could ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Bucarest Parliament House Bucharest
Good buffet, cheap to stay, but somewhat away from the center of town.
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