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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Once I finally got my barring's on this town I headed out to do some urban exploring. I had no itinerary. I, more or less, just started walking and if I saw something of interest I went toward it. My first stop was the Gallery of Romanian Modern Art. Now I do not consider myself much of an "art guy" but I figure since I am here and I am walking by the museum it would be in my best interest to stop ...
... t really understand English. The young all seem to speak English and seems quite surprised if you ask, their attitude seems to be ' of course we speak English, we're Romanian !' I spent some time in the area around the station which wiki traveller say is a bit of a dodgy area, I'd say it has a down to earth character with kids playing football in the streets with a backdrop of 'distressed' buildings some of which must have been ...
... I've been staying. Not Ikea, but close. K Mart? It's fine. It has the shower pod.
Once I knew I had a place to stay, I went online to find directions to the old town, which, due to my lack of a decent sense of direction, the curly curly Bucharest streets, and the city's lackadaisical approach to signage, I had found unfindable the day before. I wrote down explicit directions, ready to hit the town.
I walked for while and was unable to find my first turn, so ...
... And there was a peace and grace in that building.
There were two darker women—I assume Gypsies who were intrigued by my presence and kept staring at me. I was intrigued by them so stared back. Gypsies don’t have my colour, or my features although they are originally from India. But in that group, I suppose we had more in common.
I quickly noted that I was the only woman whose head was not covered. My motto is to fit ...
... interesting sites to visit.
1. Warsaw, Poland: where we got to see the city that has rebuilt itself after being all but demolished by the Nazis in WWII. Places such as the Gestapo torture prison, Warsaw Rising Museum, Warsaw Old Town and the ruins of the Jewish Ghetto really give you an understanding of the devastation this city went through in the 1940's.
2. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sarajevo has it all, the location of the assasination that started WWI, evidence ...