Phoenicia Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... warm to either their dancing, music or singing. Visited the Black Church, the name given to it from a city fire which destroyed it in 1689. Sat in the old forms of the Museum of the first school in Romania. Slates and ink wells brought back memories. Across the room we saw one of only six old Russian Bibles remaining in the world. We were also shown how books, page by page were typeset, inked and pressed.
Could not used the chairlift ...
... ll have to keep you 'posted' on that one. Sooooo,....after 5 hrs sleep, I met Melissa for breakfast downstairs. It was simple, but tasty. After we had finished what I thought was the main meal,....cheese, toast, tomatoes, coffee, the lady there asked if we'd like a fresh omelette, or fried eggs. Are you freaking kidding me!!! Of COURSE we would! So,...we ate all over again! After breakfast, we decided to go to 3 of the places that were ...
... in anything, especially the seemingly bottomless pit, real estate. Today, it's spend, spend, spend. Who knows what tomorrow will bring?
Back in our room, the TV news reported that millions of dollars worth of damage had been done by the storm, mostly from tree branches breaking free and hitting cars. Eighty-seven people were injured but there were no fatalities.
This morning after breakfast we headed straight for ...
... along roadways so that others could see what happens. He also metered out justice to crooks etc by cutting off their heads and displaying them for all to see consequences. The castle itself was a military fortress but Queen Mary loved the place and redecorated and installed many things, even electricity. Since the path was quite steep to the castle only Jerry ventured up. He said it was similar to ...
... after a 12 and a half hour flight. Information leads us to a ground-level lobby, and we find our connection to Bucharest on the board, and the gate number, but the gates run out before we get to ours. Then realize we have to get a shuttle bus to 2F. It is too hard to pass through immigration to make sure our bags have been transferred, so punt high and get on the bus. We then have a third-world experience going around all sorts of service areas etc, ...