Ramada Hotel & Suites Bucharest North
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
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... cell phones and computers and told the guy that my hard drive seems to have failed. The computer is completely dead. He told me to show him. To my utter astonishment, he pushed the power button and the computer started! Sure, it took almost 5 minutes to boot fully, but it started. I was elated.
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... an ice-cream and spent the afternoon hanging/napping by a lake to cool down. It was really hot the entire time we were Bucharest!
That night we just mucked around on the computer, stealing all of Georgi's romania music and acting like idiots.
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Trip was great and now we are back in Ulm, getting ready for heading off to New York City~!
Day 9 - Thursday 14 April 2011
Romania - 1 of 4 days.
After leaving Budapest we headed south east, aiming for the Hungary Romanian border. Once out of the the city and away from the hills the landscape levelled out, reminding me very much of Cambridgeshire with it's large flat fields and drainage channels.
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