Ibis Bucarest Parliament House
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Good buffet, cheap to stay, but somewhat away from the center of town.
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... skip Varna, and head right to Veliko Tarnova. Bucharest is gigantic, definitely the biggest city we'd been since Belgrade. Our hostel was a ten minute walk from the station and overrun with cats and giant spiders, but the lady running it was so nice. We wanted to make the most of our day there, so we walked toward the old city and saw the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon, it was absolutely enormous. Pictures cannot capture how big it is. It's the ...
... food. Beckett fell asleep in the stroller as we headed back to the hotel for his nap, so we walked on a little further. We stumbled across a flea market of sorts, lots of silver, old communist pins and odds and ends. We watched a man pay 80lei ($24) for two US two dollar bills. We got back around 3pm and decided a team nap was in order-- we had plenty of time before our 7pm reservations at another highly recommended restaurant. We all slept on ...
... be found in many countries through Eastern Europe.
1. Tallinn, Estonia
2. Split, Croatia
3. Kotor, Montenegro
4. Dubrovnik, Croatia
5. Korcula, Croatia
Amongst the old cities, cobbled streets and war history of Eastern Europe, natural beauty is alive, and not too hard to find.
1. Lake Bled and the Gorge, Slovenia
2. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
3. High Tatras Mountains, Slovakia
4. Lake Orchid, Macedonia
5. Peterhoff, ...
... knowing that I was leaving having had a remarkable experience.
After dropping off the truck to have some body work done, we jumped into a 1989 Volkswagen Golf with the doors ready to fall off and headed for the Ingolstadt train station. In stark contrast to the level of technology on the Golf, my next vehicle would be the ICE train. I had always wanted to travel on one, but never had ...
... With major difficulty we managed to find the hole in a sheet of glass that was the International ticket office. Having waved at the large lady in the office to signal that we there we asked if she spoke any English. She said a bit. We asked if we could reserve a sleeper car on the train to Istanbul the following day. Her reply : "No train. Train Cancelled". We then asked when the next would be. Her reply: "I don't know". Great we thought. "How can we get to Istanbul?" ...