Phoenicia Grand Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... out!! He kept knocking on the door until I came out - be was a huge burly guy and very abrupt! We were so looking forward to the border crossing between Bulgaria and Turkey in the early hours of the morning! They also added a number of carriages at the Ruse stop which took about another hour in the heat. Adding to the heat in the cabin, is the smell of cigarettes. There is about 15 people in this first class cabin, and we are the only two that don't smoke, ...
... regime wasn't as liked as he thought it was.
Towards the end of our day, as the sun was coming out, Bucharest seemed a little less dreary. We walked past the remains of Curtea Veche - the Old Princely Court - built during the rule of Vlad Dracula in the 15th Century. A bust of Vlad himself looked down at us as we gazed upon the ...
... read through and evaluated/commented on the FEAC website offering suggestions from my 'US' perspective; watching and helping to edit videos; researching and compiling information on different subjects for various projects; writing articles for current and future editions of the newsletter and generally being a helpful source of information on the US and/or sounding board for the others. One event we already had that I got to take part in ...
... for our short visit.
I’m actually a little surprised we even made it here, I’m not quite sure how the train managed to push its way through from Budapest last night, although I think the teams of men working hard with shovels may have helped. Trying to walk from the station to our Hostel with a pack on our back took on a whole new ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center