Nelisse One Hotel

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

Day 3, Bromptoning in Bucharest and onto Brasov

A travel blog entry by timheading

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... told without too much sulking. I went back to revolution square having watched YouTube clips of the uprising and was able to orientate myself. If you look closely up at the surrounding buildings you can still see bullet holes. I called in at the station as I realised that I was missing a seat reservation, I have a whole stack of tickets and it's difficult to work out the point to point ticket as they are country border to border ...

Old Town Old

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... I've been staying. Not Ikea, but close. K Mart? It's fine. It has the shower pod.

Once I knew I had a place to stay, I went online to find directions to the old town, which, due to my lack of a decent sense of direction, the curly curly Bucharest streets, and the city's lackadaisical approach to signage, I had found unfindable the day before. I wrote down explicit directions, ready to hit the town.

I walked for while and was unable to find my first turn, so ...

Bucharest with violins and pastries

A travel blog entry by sujata.dey

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... because there was no internet. I asked him why his parents felt that way. He answered 'who cares? They had no internet!!” He had studied journalism but “never worked a day in his life in it” I asked him what newspapers he would recommend. He replied “None of them. They are all garbage. You are better off reading a colouring book” I pursued, “what about a book that gives an understanding” He replied “All ...

Cruising the Danube

A travel blog entry by scatabout

... trees and in the distance you can see the farms on the hills – the river floods at times and spreads out to the bottom of the hills. At the moment the river is very low with a lot of sand bars exposed - guess that is why they bus most of the people down to the next stop where we pick them up at 5.00pm. Dinner then to ...

Touring Romania.

A travel blog entry by jimfavor1

... and the heaviest building. It is the 2nd largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Its size epitomizes that which Ceausescu was aiming for in the 1980s – everything built on an enormously large scale. Over 1,000 rooms are located in this 20-story building [12 stories above ground and 8 below]. About half of the 1,000 rooms are used for offices. Ceausescu originally ...

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