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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Why am I going to Romania? That's a good question. And I'm not entirely sure to be honest. I've not yet been to a country beginning with 'R' and I suppose that is as good a reason as any. It's my first country of 2015! And country number 60. I set off fairly early at 12.30pm on a train to gatwick. It was a pleasant surprise to find that Pret now sell vegan food - amazing! So I had a late lunch / ...
... Bucharest......18 hours later, we arrive (with our luggage :-) Roxanne has found a nice little "boutique", family run, hotel close to the airport. We are smack dab in the middle of a neighborhood and get our first taste of the Romanian lifestyle. It's a lovely summer evening and we opt to eat dinner outside on the hotels large patio. There is no menu, whatever they cook that day is what you get. Can't complain, its all included in one ...
... plaza with 6 roads cutting across it. It is really hot, and we are pleased to get to the shady avenue with the Museum of the Romanian Peasant in it. At the museum, we have to park the bag and camera, and walk through the large building, with one attendant per room. The exhibition has some interesting items, including a full size house, with the roof sectioned to show the way it is used for storage.
A fully set up blacksmiths shop is of interest to ...
... a cycle to bide the time.
Linton eventually collected his bike late evening and felt obliged to cook dinner, which wasn’t bad it must be said as the fresh chillis added to his pasta dish went down an absolute storm.
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... the handle. Phew, with our teamwork I got out and I took a deep breath.
It was the wrong station. I ran out of the Metro station with my big bags, went up the stairs again, one bag at a time, to find out I had to go further North on the Metro, so I went back down to catch the next rail. One bag at a time. It was getting later and there were more people using the Metro now, they were passing me by and watching me as they passes by. I asked a guy if he spoke English and he ...