Lebada Hotel

3 Biruintei Boulevard, Bucharest, 73957 , Romania | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

The Days of Bucharest

A travel blog entry by aszliross

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... food. Beckett fell asleep in the stroller as we headed back to the hotel for his nap, so we walked on a little further. We stumbled across a flea market of sorts, lots of silver, old communist pins and odds and ends. We watched a man pay 80lei ($24) for two US two dollar bills. We got back around 3pm and decided a team nap was in order-- we had plenty of time before our 7pm reservations at another highly recommended restaurant. We all slept on ...

Hot & Stormy

A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013

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... loudest and largest thunderstorm that I have seen for a long time. It meant the following day in town was much cooler (a good thing) and made me think of the Revolution of 1989 which in itself a very stormy time for this country.

The city has a long history but is most famous in my mind due to the December 1989 revolution which saw Nicolae Ceaușescu (and his wife) toppled in a civilian led coup and executed for their ...

Shit Night

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55

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... house beer which unfortunately means that I can remember all too clearly the horror that next occurred. It was time for a bathroom break and so I headed for the ladies bathroom pre warned that the only light source in the toilets came from candles. I entered the only ladies toilet and proceeded to wipe the seat with some toilet paper just in case. That's when it happened. I touched ****. It was right ...

Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

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... Ottoman Empire (but Transylvania was part of the Austria-Hungary empire, and not part of Romania at this time). During World War I and II the various states changed sides at various times.

After the war, the left-wing parties won the elections in 1946. A year later the monarchy was abolished, and the Romanian People’s Republic was proclaimed. Soviet troops withdrew in 1958. Nicole Ceausescu ruled from 1965 to 1989. His domestic policy was ...

The city of cars and cars and cars

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... Romania. Remember when Challenge Anneka went to Romania? So sad and all because of one man, Nicolae Ceausescu. He was executed by firing squad on Christmas day 1989 and their first democratic elections were held in 1990. I enter with an open mind and look forward to exploring the city.

The edge of the city is filled with communist style blocks of housing and the city centre has large stand ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good