Ibis Bucharest Palatul Parlamentului
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Bucharest Palatul Parlamentului
Good buffet, cheap to stay, but somewhat away from the center of town.
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... and repairs, as well a massive slips and washouts. Mostly not signposted, so you took your chances with everyone else.
Made it to the southern end and it would be fair to say that the last 40-50 were goodish, roaming cattle and sunbathers excepted. Some of the scenery was pretty cool but the light, haze, and lack of places to get off the road safely if at all, mean photos didn't come out too good. Hope the videos play!
At Novaci, we ...
... warned me, multiple times. “Very careful.” It put me on edge a little, particularly since I wasn’t even going to Hungary and began to grow concerned that the train might not continue on to Romania. When I finally boarded, I discovered the only truly dirty European train I had ridden yet. There were no outlets, the seats did not recline, the W.C. reeked, and on my way to my compartment I passed at least three men with strong body odor. Loud Hungarian leaked ...
... the prince comes, , a winter coat, a spring coat, a bathing suit, a suit jacket,
something for the gym, a series of shoes for the whole gamut of sports and activities I could possibly want to do. So I have a heavy suitcase and being not far away has its advantages.
Being close to the train station, make me avoid being cheated by taxi drivers (who will know you are vulnerable in ...
... spite of appearance, our relationship with food hasn't changed that much over time."
It was simply the most pleasant way to arrange and explain a museum I can imagine. Additionally, the exhibits were as experiential as possible, including fully reconstructed houses, windmills, and water mills in large halls. You could sit in old pews, and flip through home-made books. It was so fantastic I was there until closing and even missed a couple of rooms (including one ...
(I am writing this weeks after the actual events, though I'm just going to pretend that I'm writing it the same day. Some things are genuinely from notes I kept, though they weren't really coherent.)
At Charles de Gaulle Airport, the toilets are pink. At least, they're pink in the women's restroom. The first photograph on my camera is of one of these pink toilets. Since I'm using my photos to encourage memories of my trip, my trip thus begins with a ...