Ramada Hotel & Suites Bucharest North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I was deprived of frolicking in the snow while listening to Christmas music BEFORE Christmas, I was overjoyed to hear it! I followed it and found myself surrounded by snow covered trees, benches, EVERYTHING! There was even two dogs jumping around and having a good time in the snow. I took way more photos than any one person could need and once I got my fill, I made my way back on track to the museum. I continued to get distracted by all the snow and the ...
Friday July 11 2014
*We join a guided walk around the main areas of central Bucharest. It is a city of different
architectural styles reflecting the different regimes that it has experienced over the years.
*After gaining independence from the Ottoman empire in 1878, the capital city went through a period of emulating western styles and in particular Parisian design. Hence the ...
... today sort of represents a change in dynamic of my trip. up until now I have been travelling leisurely around, stopping a few nights in places that have either been recommend to me or are on the rough route I had 'planed' back at home. but now comes 5 days of solid travel, 1155k to get from Bucharest to Albania for Saturday, via Sofia, Skopje and Tirana. why? because that will be my 1st extended stop in one place. I have managed to get a volunteer job in a hostel ...
... I didn't really need the menu at all. My In Your Pocket guide (side note, for anyone who wants free, cheeky advice for visiting cities in Europe, be sure to check out http://www.inyourpocket.com) said that Vatra had the best mici and ciorba. So, my plan was to order the mici and ciorba...though just out of curiosity, I did ask the waiter what those items actually were. That's where that photo book came in handy! Mici is a type of meatball (not quite a ...
... colleges and universities.
That's it, what more could I have to say cause that pretty much sums it up. Well I could start by telling you about what we/I do here. The FEAC offices comprise of four main rooms, including Ms. Arsene's office, the computer center, the group advising room, and the main study room. I like it very much. The commission offices including ours is in what looks like an older remodeled house, with creaking ...