Phoenicia Grand Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... of unknown fallen soldiers from 1877 to end of WWII 1945. A relatively recent fixture on the Bucharest scene the bodies were moved here in the late 20th century from prior burials around the city.
I'm finally starting to feel awake and ready to explore but the heavens open to damper my mood. It's off to the station and a rush back to the hostel before I'm too wet since I did not bring my umbrella today.
I am pleasantly surprised with ...
... in a line, sometimes in partners, other times in a circle; about halfway through, they pulled up some of the audience members and led them through a group section, bumbling along while their spouses took eager pictures. It was the dancing that made me realize that the “traditional Romanian restaurant” we were dining at was actually none other than a tourist trap. I leaned over and asked Sorina how many of the guests were probably tourists like myself and how ...
... This city is just amazing. Bucharest has not only a rich historical place but there are also plenty of hidden treasures.
I couldn't wait to get started on my art tour! Thank god the tour guide spoke very well English otherwise I wouldn't have a clue what she was talking about. We started with a studio tour, I was greeted by Adrian. He was ...
... humor. Kids playing, people riding rental bikes, rollerblading and taking long romantic strolls are a few of the many activities going under the canopy of trees protecting this large park from the heat of the mid-day sun. The park reeks of peace and tranquility.
...We knew the Folk Village Museum was around there somewhere and had a hell of a time finding the entrance. After a short visit to the gift shop, we went in.
It was a struggle to leave Cund & the comfort of Valle Verde. The sun was shining, breakfast was recuperative to the slightly sore head and I was feeling unsurprisingly weakened by the mental and physical exertions of the day before. This combined with not looking forward to another 6 hours of lunacy to arrive in Bucharest resulted in a long and lazy morning at the small hotel.
When I did eventually pluck up the courage, the journey did ...