Le Boutique Hotel Moxa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... br> Simone, our guide, told the fable of the first person to give a speech from grand presidential balcony Ceaușescu never got a chance to use. Michael Jackson had the honor. She said he came out and having planned to say "Hello Bucharest, I'm so glad to be here!" Instead, he said “Hello BUDAPEST” Bucharest still loves, Michael she said, just a little bit less for it. We had read about this mistake before which ...
We felt immediately at home once we reached the hostel in Bucharest. Our first night 2 sister hostels got together for a BBQ and drinks...all free from the hostel. What generous people! That night we went on a pub crawl to some great underground bars. One bar we had to go through a closed antique shop, down a flight of ...
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This year, the 22 undergrad and 5 grad independent students FEAC worked extensively with attracted over $1.2 million in yearly scholarships. At Pre-Departure, we were glad ...
Having left Marta's beautiful Hungarian hospitality we were on the road again. This time, on the road again for a loooonnnngg time. It was to be a ten hour truck day. We stopped at a supermarket to spend the remainder of our Forits on Haribo mainly... our usual border routine ..... and soon crossed into Romania. This was the first proper border control we experienced, with stern faced, uniformed, eastern European guards entering the truck requiring passports. Yet still no stamp ...
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My first afternoon was spent wandering around the city looking for something to eat. I didn't do enough research on Bucharest and I ended up in a rather unimpressive area which didn't have much to offer. I kept walking and walking until I finally found somewhere to eat and by 7pm I couldn't keep my eyes open. That's not surprising as I'd woken up in Varna really early that morning. It had been a long day. The next morning I had a mundane little chore that ...