Hotel Royal Bucharest
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Romania was a surprise for me, and almost all of those surprises were positive. I went in thinking there was going to be quite a dip in terms of infrastructure and overall development, but came away feeling that Romania is a lot closer to its more developed western European neighbors than it is further away.
It just goes to show that seeing a country with your own eyes always makes a difference. Before coming here I had heard about everything from herds ...
... annoyed with her. This woman’s husband only brought shorts so he didn’t go on any of the excursions. She was a bit rude to me but so what – there is such a thing as Karma. I wouldn’t mind trying another cruise with Viking at some point but John said he’d wait for 10 years so everyone would be more our age. And in this part of the world, they really, really didn’t like the Ottoman ...
... advert and I found out that there are about 11 weeks until Christmas. So Sadie Isaac, if you can save 10p per week from now until then you will be able to buy the milk this year and I promise I will bring the cookies! I wouldn't miss that for the world.
Matthew and Paris! Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby brother, I am so pleased for you both and all of your family. I wonder what sort ...
... due to leave six hours later for istanbul. But my travel monitors tell me that because of turkish train works that train is stopping at the Bulgarian border at about 1am and passengers being transferred to buses for the five or six hour ride to Istanbul. That completely removes the point of taking the train, so I cashed in that ticket and not wanting to suffer a 16 hour bus ride I booked myself into a cheap ibis hotel by the station ...
... My meal was decent - a spinach & cheese ravioli dish and a side of potato wedges seasoned with chili & pesto, plus a glass of Romanian cabernet sauvignon.
My final stop on the walking tour was the sight of Nicolea Ceausescu's final speech on December 22, 1989, to the people on the balcony of what used to be the communist party's headquarters. Apparently, after being booed and inundated with cries of "Down with Ceausescu," he escaped via helicopter ...