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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Bucharest
Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... road which was the artisan street and she mentioned that we would return to this area after our tour of Arbanassi.
We made ma pit stop at a Russian Hotel in Veliko Tarnovo which had some views of a monument and the Tsareverts Fortress.
... 8217;s history so that I would have understood more of the facts given on the tour. She bemoaned not going with me to answer my questions, even though she had spent over an hour sitting in the lobby waiting for me to finish, and had given up her entire weekend to show me around the city. In true Sorina fashion, she then proceeded to give me an abbreviated history lesson on our way to the National Art Museum, telling me about the country’s progression from ...
... from Vienna) and a glass of water, before we retired for the night - a meal fit for a king! Time for a shower came about 9.30 pm when the sun went down, and we discover no towels supplied. Fortunately, Jeff had insisted we bring with us one of those camping microfibre towels that fit into a very small space in our backpacks. I told him we'd never use it, but I was wrong! What a saviour after a very hot day on a non air conditioned train in summer - ...
... yesterday with one of my 8th grade boys. The gym was a little small but it was still perfect. I got to tumble, lift weights, and do conditioning workouts with Qwor and a few other kids (most of them very young and super cute). The coach was intimidating and I found out he used to be the captain of the Bulgarian national team. Makes sense. He would yell at the kids and I couldn't help but stare at the bulging veins in his neck. I can never tell if he is angry or ...
... type villages.
The men appear lazy and leave all the work to the woman who appear to be working their socks off, even the elderly woman. You often saw them tending crops and working in the fields.
Most of the men seem to be caught in a fashion time warp. The fashion is tracksuits, shell suits or leather jackets!
As already mentioned they (whoever they are) haven't got a clue about tourism.