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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... modern. Check in was easy and the security line was very fast. We head to Heathrow and thank goodness our arrival terminal is the same as our departure to the USA.
I spoke too soon. Yes we were all in one terminal, however, between immigration, security, running full speed and a tram we barely made it to our connection. The irony is we were "fast tracked" and bypassed 75% of the crowd. Word to the wise, plan to have no less than a 3 hour layover ...
... ping pong sized balls of fried cheese. In a word, heavenly.) All three of us took turns trying each other’s meals. It was a lot of very heavy, filling food after I had consumed mainly granola bars over the last day or so. I couldn’t finish my meal, so after consulting Sorina on whether or not asking for a box was rude in Romania (it wasn’t, particularly at such a touristy restaurant), I took the rest of my meal home. None of us could have handled ...
... past the women's toilet and place a candle on the seat. My efforts were fruitless... Every time I came back, the candle was gone. The guys we were with found it hilarious... I still haven't used my right hand. Despite 'the incident' we had a great night and when I finally managed to force Adam into the tiny elevator at the hotel it was coming on 5am. I think the laziness will really be setting in ...
Our travel planning and plotting finally came unstuck; as Istanbul simply does not support international train travel anymore as APPARENTLY they are working on their train network. But I find it highly suspicious that the documented train lines, plus the ferries to Romania have gone caput, which left us a little at sea as to how we could get to Budapest, let alone move on and complete our journey. So with a little more research (of about 10 minutes) we made an executive decision ...
... woman cut a button off the other shirt and sold me the shirt and a button. She didn't speak English either, so we communicated with signs. Again, sort of hilarious. I'm sorry for who gets the other shirt, but it's not my problem. I just get to sew a button when I get home tomorrow. :)
When I left the last store where I got my shirt, the skies had just opened up and it was POURING!!! I had a nice long walk back to the hostel, and no umbrella. Go me...! I was really ...