Ramada Majestic Hotel
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... to almost everywhere. The hotel is by far the nicest place I have ever stayed in and I would be more than happy to stay there if I have lots of spare time. It is so clean with polished timber floors with huge rooms. There are four different sized rooms which are not a ridiculous price for any of them. All the rooms include a living area, ensuite, 2 LCD TV’s, free Wi-Fi, free breakfast and most rooms have a kitchen depending on how much you are willing to spend. ...
... emperor, Trajan. The relatively new statue is mocked by Romanians and there have been contest to come up with funny alternate names and ideas which could have been worse choice.
As we giggled at her stories, the bronze grew ugly before our eyes. Such is the power of suggestion.
On our way toward the beautiful Opera house, we stopped near 'The Rebirth Memorial Eternal ...
... to Frankfurt. Days spent in air ports are always a very special kind of organisation and stress. I’m not sure I would go running back to Bucharest but then again it was the city where I had to say good bye to such an amazing six months. I know the next three months will bring new exciting adventures and travelling with mum and dad will be a big change. I’m happy to go forward but can’t help looking back, such is life. ...
... I expected in the slightest, it was mainly a museum dedicated to a princess that lived there in between the wars. It was a beautiful, higeldy pigeldy building, with many stairs and rooms. There was only one room that mentioned anything about the vampire legends and it only said about Vlad the Impaler having once resided in the castle. The rest was all film and literature hype.
... be told that there is also a consulate (where visas are usually issued) at a different address. Great. So Moldova has an embassy and a consulate in the same city. So I made my way across the city by metro to the consulate, expecting the worst but trying to remain positive. Here's the problem. I didn't have an invitation letter. I had proof of an outgoing air ticket to Moscow to show I wasn't going to stay in the country for more than two days and I also asked the hotel in Chisinau ...