Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Hotel Bucharest
Bed is super comfy and the breakfast (included) is beyond ample. Beautiful outdoor seating by the pool if desired. In-room coffee leaves much to be desired, just go downstairs to breakfast.
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Although dead tired after our flight which took us through Canada and Germany before arriving in Bucharest, we decided to walk around a bit before collapsing. I took a few random shots of interesting architecture before we happened upon a celebration in Cismigiu Park.
The photo of the stage has a bit more info if you click on it. But go to …
No problems rising at 6:00am and leaving the apartment by 7:00. No problems in ignoring Tom until nearing Cavaillon when he insisted on going through the middle of a large and pretty boring town. No problem with the motorway south, No problem locating rental car return. Small problem locating service station to fill the tank while keeping the …
... told us that they do clear the wooded area, however during some heavy rain there was flooding and this caused the mines to be moved by the flood. This was a very difficult experience because we got to experience first had the family struggling to make a living in the midst of a very slow economy and the signs of the recent war as a reminder of the difficulties that face with their ...
... outbuildings. I found it very interesting.
Bucharest is a city of about two million people. It has an old center surrounded by buildings of varying age, many of the largest erected since the mid-sixties. It is dominated by Ceausescu's monument to vanity, the Parliament Building. It is a huge office building, second only to our Pentagon in size, of which only twenty percent is actually in use.
I was able to talk to the guide about Romania ...
... Nicolae Ceauşescu in December 1989. He and his wife, Elena, briefly escaped by helicopter from the roof but were shortly caught and executed by firing squad in December 1989. The white obelisk is called the "Rebirth Memorial" commemorating those who were killed opposing Ceauşescu.
No day is complete without a visit to an outdoor market, flea market, or food market. So here we are ...