Ibis Bucarest Parliament House
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Bucarest Parliament House Bucharest
Good buffet, cheap to stay, but somewhat away from the center of town.
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... t want to split up. Great karma ensued as the cabin I moved two only had 2 of us in, the spare bed was free so lots of extra room! I sat in the restaurant cabin and watched The Hurt Locker on my iPad which was SICK. Theres some other Brit lads there too and a few Brit couples which was comforting. They cooked full on meals here though! I'm talking steaks and soups and paninis etc. Smelt great but I only fancied the little pizza bites I'd bought. ...
... niż w pozostałych miastach Europy - kupujesz bilet i objeżdżasz trasę, nie ma żadnego przewodnika czy audioguide'a, natomiast odzwierciedla się to w cenie biletu bo jest po prostu niedrogi). Zrobiliśmy ze 3 rundy ;)
Ciekawe jest to, ze obsługa w punkcie Informacji Turystycznej twierdziła, ze takiego autobusu w Bukareszcie nie ma. My go widzieliśmy i wiedzieliśmy, ze oboje "autobusowej ...
In Romania the weather started heating up and we were sweated out of our tents early on the two bush camps between Budapest and Bucharest. On our last day in Bucharest (12th August) it reached 41 degrees Celsius which was not the best birthday present I've ever had.
The three truck days travelling between the cities were pretty uneventful. We camped by some running water/goat trough thing on the second night which ...
... 8212;I think I had just heard the Romanian word for *******.
We checked in to the hotel, unpacked, showered and then took off to explore the city; mostly with the idea of keeping awake until sometime that evening. Neither of us had been very successful sleeping on our flights and we were dog tired, but we wanted to get “time-adjusted” so we could get underway this morning with our camera-toting-gawking tourist routine.
It is too soon ...
... roam the street, while mostly docile, don't really soothe one's nerves, and the inability to get around the city without getting lost at least once (my Romanian, though never good, was awful at the beginning of the trip) was quite annoying. We did have a wonderful meal at a Spanish restaurant, though, where I could actually speak a language I fully understood. I won't say Bucharest is without certain charms, but I might say the Spanish restaurant is the memory I will keep with me the longest.