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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Parliament Hotel Bucharest
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... of my first experience of this risotto in Milan, Italy, and Sheila enjoyed her lamb and found the vegetables to be perfect.
We returned to our room and called it a night.
April 26th Sunday
The cruise line exchanging sponsored a huge buffet in the restaurant. We sat by ourselves, and near the end of breakfast we talked with a couple next to us, Bob ...
... seat just like a passenger (although passengers cost more, possibly because they don’t smell as good) in the same car as the conductor, and then a little under an hour later, arrived at the Bucharest train station, where Sorina and I were waiting to pick it up. When it pulled into the station we boarded the train, found the conductor, and said we wanted to pick up a package from such-and-such station. He pointed it out to us and we each took a handle, carrying what ...
*On entry to Bucuresti, navigator has to work unusually hard. The city’s suburban architecture mostly reflects drab communist style with a few exceptions from either the pre or post Communist era. Looking at some buildings, it is hard to work out whether they are being demolished or constructed.
* We will learn much more about the city tomorrow when we are booked on a walking tour in the morning and a bike tour in the ...
... ahead.” North or south, Dave asked? “South, I think.” We were on the correct street but following it north. The Happy Hotel is next to the more upscale Ibis Hotel and across from the Euro Hotel.
Unhappy Hotel’s Poor Customer Focus
On check-in, the receptionist said her computer showed we had reserved four rooms for two days. We told her we needed two rooms for four days and to make ...
... moldovan language is Romanian. Then went to a historic church complex in caves in an amazing ridge formed where a river does a u-turn when it runs into rocks it can't get through. Nice old priest let me take his photo. Then we went for lunch at the drivers home in a village, cooked by his wife. Quite primitive, outside hole in the ground loo, kitchen separate from the house, huge garden full of veg, and chickens. Chicken noodle soup then ...