Nelisse One Hotel

Address: Str Popa Lazar No 12, Bucharest, 21586, Romania | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Bucharest

    Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... amp; interesting bronze sculptures. But many buildings,
    even the potentially attractive ones, remain in a dilapidated condition. The Communist
    State expropriated all private property after 1947. Apparently the process of re-claiming ownership from the State is a lengthy one. Until private ownership of a building is confirmed once more, no money is spent on it. No wonder the city looks the way it does.

    *The young Romanian ...

    Butting Heads at Two Hotels

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 26, 2013

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    ... was sufficient for us. Clean compact rooms, wifi, near metro access (two minute walk.) But our first impression from the curt receptionist left a bad taste in our mouths. And we were prepaid for four nights. Junko had made the booking for all of us and the confirmation she received was exactly correct, two rooms, four days.

    In the morning, we went down and asked for the manager. A different receptionist was on duty who said everything ...

    Romanian Pride

    A travel blog entry by ralund on Mar 11, 2013

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    ... On top of all these difficulties, Ceaușescu decided to construct the Palace of the Parliament (pictured). Originally called People's House, the building is the second largest building in the world and was clearly a product of a megalomaniacal effort on Ceaușescu's part to showcase Romanian power and respectability despite its difficulties at the time. It was built on a hill and an entire Jewish community ...

    RAIN!!!

    A travel blog entry by htfree on Aug 10, 2012

    So we arrived in Bucharest really late (about midnight) after a 15 hour train journey. The journey itself was an adventure as the train was pretty packed and a baby was sick on my foot within 10 minutes. We also encountered some heavy drinking on this journey- including one man who was drinking red wine, from the bottle, at 8am...

    When we arrived, we had a bit of a scary walk to the hostel- ...

    Cloudy, but 0% chance of rain.

    A travel blog entry by arizonafox on Apr 29, 2011

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    ... br>
    Mailing my post cards was more of an experience than in Prague. The woman spoke absolutely no English and we had to communicate through hand gestures. She kept asking if I had smaller money (which I hadn't) and the next thing I know she hands my 50 lei bill to the woman in line next to me, says something in Romanian, and the woman disappears! She came back five minutes later with change. Hilarious! My post cards were successfully sent, and I thanked both women as best ...