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TravelPod Member ReviewsMinerva Hotel Bucharest
Hotel was within walking distance of several museums and the Old Town. Nice neighborhood. Quite comfortable but not memorable.
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... to leave the bus and all we are told is we are waiting for authorization to move on. We finally get to move and we are taken to the xray warehouse. We all get off the bus and are asked to collect our bags. We then cue to have all of the bags searched at a table in front of the xray machine. Two guards stand socializing with our driver while two others search everyone's stuff. Satisfied we are not trying to export anything (into another EU country???), we ...
... I went back to staring out the window. Nothing changed. A few minutes later, I lost patience with being stared at. “Look, I’m not interested. Can you please just leave me alone?” More staring. Finally, he left. This time, he didn’t return, though I saw him walk past the compartment a couple more times throughout the day. I gained a few more train buddies who also didn’t speak English; one of them, a jolly, older, heavy-set man, had quite ...
... time is something that you can never experience the same way again. I helped with the construction at the orphanage. there were many new buildings being built at the time, so I helped with minor things here and there. It was great to see the faces of the young children brighten up as the buildings were going up! Something that really meant a lot to me is a saying that the people at ...
TripAdvisor.com readers rate the city bicycle tour as the #1 activity in Bucharest. Having been on a bikes enough lately, Hiro, Junko and Michelle chose the open top bus tour instead.
These quickie tours are a great orientation to unfamiliar cities. Bucharest, like many major cities, has one too, albeit a bit shorter than most. Hiro, Junko, and Michelle bought metro day-passes and rode the subway to Union Square ...
... uncrackly pork scratchings and a rather heavy doughy staple called polenta (careful how you pronounce it at the dinner table).
Our one big 'visit’ to something, saw us visit a rather large something. At the end of a mile (or so) long boulevard at the southern end of the city, lies the second biggest building in the world, after the Pentagon (and surely one of the most expensive, given its $4bn price tag upon completion!). ...