Hotel Opera

Address: Str. Brezoianu nr. 37, Bucharest, Romania | 3 star hotel
 
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      Day 57: Our hostel might be a homeless shelter

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 13, 2013

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... super fried meat just placed in the table in front of me. In fact I was just kicked out of the table and I am now sitting in the living room with some of them. They speak no English and we pretty much interact through grunts, shrugs and hand gestures. They just put Home Alone on the tv and pointed to it while grinning at me. We think they are nice but we still get the homeless vibe. Another hostel guest who is from the Netherlands confirmed that the men are guests here and ...

      Day 2: Bucharest Romania

      A travel blog entry by timheading on Nov 02, 2013

      3 comments, 27 photos

      ... I eventually found my hotel. Having unpacked I set off back to the palace for a tour of the area now used as a conference facility, the upper floors are off limits as they house the Parliament. The building is huge and is reputed to the the biggest civilian building in the world....only the Pentagon is larger and that is considered military. I left the palace and explored the old town which is the only area that was ...

      Bucharest with violins and pastries

      A travel blog entry by sujata.dey on Dec 25, 2012

      1 comment

      ... to feel part of humanity even if you are thousands of miles away and there is no one that you know.

      First of all: language. A bit easier than Budapest. Romanian reads like Spanish, but sounds like Polish, I was able to decipher written instructions. There were some English speakers, but not many. And occasionally, a French speaker. Strange, to me, that there were so few French speakers in a city that models itself as the Paris of the East ...

      Blink and you will miss Romania

      A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Oct 10, 2012

      25 photos

      ... in Romania to be bigger and better. After passing the Palace of the Parliament we made our way down Bulevardul Unirii. This road was constructed and designed to be Communist Romania’s answer to Paris’s Champs-Elysees. Part of the bigger and better meant that this road was 6m longer than the Champs-Elysees. Again as I mentioned earlier a lot of Bucharest needs attention and this boulevard was no different, in ...

      The Birthday Post - Bucharest, Romania

      A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 18, 2012

      ... idea what they look like. Needless to say, I went to a secure bank the rest of the time in Bucharest...

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