- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... br> We walked through a nice park where old men were sitting at tables playing backgammon, scrabble and chess. We skirted old town and walked through some more Christmas markets.
Of course we ended up at not one but two different grocery stores looking for dinner and what not. We found this cool bean and vegetable mix and a bag of peas to have with the rice. Boring but cheap. John made a cool find in one store though. They were actually selling a container of ****. It was ...
My geographer travelling companion woke me as we pulled into Bucharest Nord station and I bundled myself out and onto the platform where I got organised before setting off to get on with poking about. Breakfast was a hotdog and coffee at a stall in the station and then I had to fight off the taxi drivers who all advised me that it was too far and too dangerous to cycle anywhere in the city and a taxi was the best ...
... has two official days of Christmas, the 25th and the 26th, my timing was not the best. It seemed strange to me however, given that most of Romania is Orthodox, that they would celebrate the Catholic day of Christmas. As soon as you arrive music, it is the leitmotif of Bucharest, in my opinion, music everywhere: in the metro, in the train station, everywhere. I couldn’t attend a concert, and would have liked to go to ...
... of the our limited time here, and because the city is fairly spread out, this was a good option to see as much as possible in a short time.
One of the first land marks we passed was the Palace of the Parliament. The building was constructed during the reign of the Nicolae Ceausescu. An impressive structure that unfortunately to construct it a lot of a historic area of Bucharest had to be demolished. Buildings that ...
... to leave the train