Lebada Hotel

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

Farewell Romania

A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 07, 2014

... tasting. We were told the technique on how to choose a real sparkling wine to a carbonated wine. Am sure Dan Murphys will be impressed when we go and shake a few of his bottles.

At Sinaia, we walked around the royal summer residence of the Kings of Romania, Peles Castle, the last remaining King is in exile, aged 92 and lives in Switzerland. This stunning complex has been left as is so people can see how the rich lived.


And I Have Walked 10,000 Miles....��

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 16, 2013

6 comments, 5 photos

... clothes, art, housing, etc of the Romanians during Communist Rule. One really cool thing happened! While visiting the Museum Gift Shop, Melissa recognized a 'Southern' accent. Turns out 2 women were visiting their American friend who lives in Bucharest, and she is from GEORGIA! Our Georgia. We chatted with them, and she insisted that I take her number, and if I need anything, or have any problems after Melissa leaves to call her. WOW! It truly IS a small, ...

Talking to Romanians

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 24, 2013

1 comment, 32 photos

... and friendly Romanians are. He began nodding his head in the affirmative, not letting me finish. He explained that in order for his country to survive its people had to become pliable. They had the savage Russians from the east; the ruthless Turks from the south; and rule-making Hapsburgs from the west. Friendly had to be one of their assets, but excellent negotiation skills were a must.

Anyway, Cosmin spent an hour or more with ...

Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 22, 2012

4 comments, 60 photos

... 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 ...

Touring Romania.

A travel blog entry by jimfavor1 on Oct 07, 2011

... ornate with extensive use of gold plating. The upper regions are covered with paintings. There are many icons positioned around the interior for individual worship. There was a long line of people leading to one icon where the people stopped top worship. Just after that a priest was seated where the people passed by. I felt sorry for the people trying to worship with all the busloads of tourists in there also doing their thing. ...