Phoenicia Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... camping. Then it's to Bulgaria an out start of many different currencies an very little English. As soon as entering the Russian influence is obvious. Drive to sofia , stopping at a wicked hill monastery an spend a night in a hostel an have an incredible Bulgarian dinner, prob the best stews I've had. Tour the centre in the morning then off to Romania. Camp near Bucharest, along with a ...
The Balkans Adventure........2013 I am ever so proud of myself! For the first time in my traveling history, I actually was packed and ready to go the night before my flight, and got a full '7' hrs. sleep. I chose my small, but FAT roller bag, and miraculously crammed everything in it,...well except the things in my backpack. Both are stuffed to capacity! Hey,...it's tough packing for '3' weeks, especially when the temps range from 32* to 75* . With the exception of 'losing' ...
... br> Stepping out of Bucharest’s main airport, we were greeted by a large bearded (and smelly, it has to be said) old-ish man who seemed intent on helping us and teaching us our first words of Romanian. He helped us understand the bus system, which is really quite logical and efficient. Buy a ticket at the booth outside, swipe it against the oyster-reader type machine on the clean and comfortable bus and wait for the electronic sign at ...
... to me so far. I told them about trying to find milk in Kaufland, drinking Rakia (they loved this story) and I told them about how I keep getting confused because of the way Bulgarians shake their head the opposite way to signify 'yes' and 'no.' SO confusing..still. haha The students really seemed to understand me which was something I was nervous about. I had no idea how much English they actually knew. Before I knew it I had over one hundred friend requests ...
... Revolution monument, with an enigmatic rugby ball shaped bronze object pierced, or Impaled, on a white marble blade. Very strange! Someone has managed to get red paint up on the bronze “ball”, which we thought looked like it was meant to be part of the monument.
The tour ends at an outdoor music festival near the Romanian Athenaeum, a circular concert hall. We’ve been surprised at just how much impressive architecture there is ...