Ramada Hotel & Suites Bucharest North
Travel Blogs from Bucharest
Bucharest, Romania is a pit - at least visually. Decrepit, Soviet-Era apartment buildings, with laundry strung outside, and ugly "plazas." It also has an estimated 100,000 stray dogs running the streets, which bit 6,700 people last year, and killed a Japanese businessman who had his femoral artery punctured. It looks very similar to Mexico City or …
5:30am came pretty quickly. We were packed already so we got dressed, loaded up and down to the taxis stand for a trip to the train station. At the taxi line, all the cars were tiny and as I asked each one, they appeared disinterested in dealing with our luggage. Finally, a guy pulls up and puts one case in the trunk, one in the back seat with me and Mom rides up front. Problem solved. Like I said before, in this area the people have a hard ...
... in the restaurant, which would normally be a concerning sign, but I had gotten the sense that Bucharest was not busting at the seams with foodies, they much preferred the Irish pub up the road where they could sit outside and smoke. Which was fine by me as this was one of the few meals I got to enjoy on this trip that was smoke free. It also meant that the service was kick ass as they were in fact catering just to me. I ordered the Liliac Transylvania C******nay ...
... idea what they look like. Needless to say, I went to a secure bank the rest of the time in Bucharest...
... said hello. He asked me if I wanted some coffee. Andreeas brother also came in to study for his upcoming pilot’s license exam. For a few hours I felt like I was actually an employee working at that office. Andreea knocked on the door and asked if I wanted to have pizza for lunch with her mom. .
An hour or two later we were all eating pizza. I had ordered a Mexican pizza with cheese, corn, pepperoni and 'hot’ peppers. After a nice conversation, I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service