Ramada Hotel & Suites Bucharest North
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... had barely touched the sides after 24 hours between meals prior to that, so I asked for a dinner recommendation from the hostel and went out for the evening. I arrived at the little local restaurant and was confronted with a huge menu, all in Romanian. I looked confused, so the lady asked if I needed help. I asked her what she recommended and she told me that she could do me chicken, potatoes and salad. There were some interesting looking salads ...
So my "day off" began with checking email for the first hour of the day. But, in bed, so I was still resting. I actually had quite a bit of work to do so knew I couldn't, unfortunately, take the whole day off, but I was committed to getting out and seeing the city.
I stopped by the concierge desk to check in with my good friend Daniel. He pointed me in the direction of the Old City, and, circled ...
... start a new life" after some bad experiences with racism in the American South. Louis was a bell-hop in the middle of a month-long Euro-trip, and If was visiting friends during a break from teaching English in Spain. We went to the starting point for the pub crawl, and started the check in process. When taking my small organization fee, the guy asked if I was in the military. I assured him I wasn't, to which he replied my short hair, fit physique, and decidedly American accent ...
... them! haha and Yee-Ling seemed a little uncomfortable with them too after a while so it was good when they decided to stay behind. The poor brown dog was so torn though, his friend had stayed and he wanted to keep following us...he made the right choice in the end...SOOOO, where was I? haha, right walking around...seeing more sights...having yelled Kina? or Kinese? or Asien? to us as we walked around..ahhh it was annoying. Yes we’re ...
... hills on hair pin bends and then another hour with the foot on the brakes on the way down. At one point the brakes threatened to give up altogether so we were forced to stop beside the road amidst pine forests and spectacular mountains. The nearest house turned out to be Hotel Dracula, the castle that inspired the setting for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Lucky enough it was midday ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet