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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we have seen on the cruise.
We were able to check into the Hilton Hotel which is in the heart of the castle complex. We finished unpacking and went across the street and had a good lunch at a small restaurant.
After a nap in the late afternoon we decided to check out the hotel cafe restaurant. The dinner was very good.
May 4th, Monday
We spent the morning ...
... money put on a card and pointed in the direction of a bus (not what I wanted, but decided to go with it). The 123 bus got me from Piati Unirii 2 to Gara de Nord and I was one step closer to finalizing my trip. Up until that moment when I stepped off the bus, I had one connection that was not complete and I, admittedly, was a bit nervous about it the whole time leading up to that point of getting off the bus. I had never traveled in a way that left doors open ...
... or he would learn English. unsurprising neither happened, but another example of how friendly and welcoming Romanians are. I couldn't understand him, but he wasn't going to stop trying! Monday evening brought the next instalment of #TigersOnTour, Steaua Bucharest, who led the league by 6 points, against an inform Brasov side , but still in the relegation zone. due to trouble in a previous match, the stands behind each goal were closed, so we sat in the fairly well ...
... of Vatra, Florin's restaurant recommendation. Daniel concurred that it would be a wise choice for lunch.
Heading straight out the door from the Hilton I walked towards Revolution Square and Cretulescu Church. The Old City, or, Lipscani, as the locals call it, is about a fifteen minute walk from the Hilton. I actually walked a little farther towards the Dambovita River because Daniel said I should walk on the bridge and take my own "postcard photograph". ...
... Hurray, Brasov! No, wait, I can't open the train door. I've never seen any door handle quite so complicated. In this way, i discovered the hidden bonus of having a corridor-standing man on board: door opening assistance. I got off the train.
Accommodation very easy to find (and not just because I took a taxi!) and found my local 24 hour supermarket stocking all the essentials (read: chocolate). Already had a wander through ...