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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... 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 ...
So we arrived in Bucharest really late (about midnight) after a 15 hour train journey. The journey itself was an adventure as the train was pretty packed and a baby was sick on my foot within 10 minutes. We also encountered some heavy drinking on this journey- including one man who was drinking red wine, from the bottle, at 8am...
When we arrived, we had a bit of a scary walk to the hostel- ...
... I woke up a few hours later (I had a 5.5 hour layover) feeling like I had been sleeping on a freezing concrete floor (because I had been) so I switched it up for the uncomfortable upright chair for an hour or two.
Boarded the plane, was happy to hear a few Spanish people either talking to each other or to someone on the phone, and managed to finish my night’s sleep off during the first two hours of the four hour flight to Madrid. I had ...
... Most of the food and wine is home made.
We thank Rado for the wonderful time he showed us in Bulgaria and hope that we see him again when he comes out soon to sail his boat north along the coast of Queensland.
In very dismal weather we headed north towards Shipka where we stoped to see one of the Thracian tombs that is open to the public. There are hundreds of these tombs in this area. The one we visited isn’t one of the best but it ...