Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... t bother coming here. There are very basic explanations of each room at the entrance consisting of a few sentences to cover a very broad collection. You are also not allowed to take photos so there is really no way to further research the items of curiosity after you leave unless you have really great photographic recognition- cause the staff doesn't speak English. The rooms contain a variety of religious relics, a replica old school,tapestries, clothing and ...
... Sorina beamed and referred to the tiny exchange as an entire Romanian conversation, declaring how proud she was of me.
Though enthusiastic, they did laugh at my Romanian r’s. Even after practicing both their names repeatedly and muttering “aur” (similar to the English –ish in that it gets tacked on to an already existing word, but meaning “little”) under my breath over and over in an attempt to start nailing it consistently, I ...
Today I had an amazing breakfast on the rooftop terrace in the frosty morning air with a great view of the town. I had a nice hot shower and put on layers to start the journey.
The Cismigiu Park is truly an amazing place, I cannot express how cold it actually is here but it is so worth it! There are things here that you would only see in a fantasy movie like bridges constructed of tree branches and frozen rivers which you are allowed to ...
... and major earth quakes, many historic building were in bad shape. They estimate they bulldozed 25% of the historic core. The crown jewel of this urban revitalization was intended to be the Palace of the People, 12 stories, 3100 rooms 33000 sq meters.complex which ended up being the second largest building ever. The tour inside is suppose to be one of the best ways to see it. We were content to view the concrete Goliath from the ...
... Bucharest, I was on a road that alternated between single and dual carriageway. The cars were doing 90-100mph regardless of how many lanes which given that we also shared the road with numerous horse and carts made for some fun moments. It is also worth highlighting that there were no dividers between the oncoming traffic which made for some fun when they hadn’t given enough time or room to overtake so just pulled into our fast lane..... anyway ...