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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... he graciously offered to take us out for dinner tonight and show us a little bit of Bucharest. Traveling independently and exploring on your own is great, but it's also nice to have a local to give you the ins and outs of a place. It was especially nice to have Alex guide us through the incredible nightlife of Bucharest, one of the few stereotypes about this city that is actually true. The nightlife here is out of hand, and rivals ...
... era ended at the end of 1989. Tear it down or finish it? The Romanians opted to finish it as it was too expensive to demolish. Ceausescu gave his last speech from the balcony here in December of 1989 before he and his wife took off in a helicopter. Military forces tricked him into landing in Romania. A hasty trial was pulled together right then and he and his wife were executed by firing squad on 25 Dec 1989. Romania was ...
... multiply it 10 fold and you might get close.
Though my dinner was delicious, it came as if it had been microwaved. I think I was in and out within 30mins for a 3 course meal. It meant that the bottle of wine had only had a glass or two withdrawn from it, so I asked if I could take it with me. The waiter was totally relaxed and said he would find a bag. He returned a minute later with the bottle in a large white refuse bag. I have rarely been ...
... at the start of year 5? I wonder if you can remember what the feature of a river was called where two rivers meet. . . .think. . . .come on now. . .Mr Gilding just tell them if they can't remember it but shoot them a look of disappointment from me please. In the heart of Belgrade the River Sava joins with the River Danube which then continues to snakes its way across Europe. Here is a photo of it,
... Museum, where traditional houses, churches and watermills around the country were saved and relocated back to Bucharest. Revolution Square was also an interesting place which is where the Ceaușescus was last seen in public and there is a monument to the Revolution.
I was also able to get a dose of culture, seeing the Romanian National Ballet perform Don Quijote at the Opera House.