Ibis Bucarest Parliament House
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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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... college buildings and former military headquarters. The area is dominated by a magnificent three-story building that once housed the Hour of Hapsburg's high command. We boarded our bus and went outside of the town to a somewhat recent housing area. We split up our bus into groups and were welcomed into homes to have tea and cakes to meet and talk with people who lived here.
... the public, but the exterior was lovely as was the view. The kings were of German origin, so it was designed to look like a German castle. Bran Castle was originally built as a fortress by Teutonic Knights back in the thirteenth century. It is located in a mountain pass separating Transylvania from Wallachia. It has been fortified and remodeled over the centuries. It was converted from defense operations to living space in the 1800's. Rumor has it that it might ...
... road condition, the roaming dogs, the horse/donkey driven carts, the crazy Romanian drivers who think when they pass on a 2 lane highway the car traveling in the right direction needs to get out of the way or just an errant cow strolling in the road, I think the girls got a taste of my new daily life :o)
Because of the issues mentioned above it took a lot longer to get to our destination than I thought and we did not ...
... and is thoroughly scanned. The next station is the most fun of all. They scan that barcode and the x-rayed image shows up on their screens. I put my bags up on a low table and open them for two security girls. With their plastic gloves and that explosive dust detector stick, every single thing in both my bags are taken out and rubbed down. No joke. They made several scans with several different explosive powder cloths to make sure that nothing in the bag ...
... spurs under which are these arches, jut out from the hillside. The highest one actually has two arches in it, a large one, now dry, and a small narrow one through which the stream still flows. Fifty metres downstream is the other arch, it too is narrow with the stream running through it. At least in winter we could actually see these arches, in summer it would be a battle against the foliage as well as the crowds.
We passed one ski resort town ...