Le Boutique Hotel Moxa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... including the Athenaeum, which was very nice to look at, but was closed.
We then returned to our hotel, took a nap, and later check-out and took a taxi to our second hotel, the Intercontinental, where we were checked into a big junior suite, with club benefits plus other nice treats.
The most enjoyable aspect of the suite was ...
... white shaggy dog that was as big as a pony.
We followed the river back to the Old Town section of the city and walked up and down every street and small alley we could find. It is hard to say this center is a cute one because new buildings are mixed in with the old. There are no super cute narrow streets with charming house fronts or stores. Overall we were left with a small feeling of disappointment. Seeing the old town is often a highlight for ...
... 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 ...
... train left Bucharest on time. This ended up being the only leg of the trip that ran to any sort of schedule. The train was quite empty and we were able to spread out over 6 seater cabins as we wished. Sara had told us that the train was mostly empty lately, particularly with the track works and that busses were quicker and cheaper travel. She also told us that as the travel advice in the tour package mentions the train that is why we were ...
... 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 ...