Hotel Royal Bucharest
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... an end table in beanbag chairs. Much cozier). We had salome, which Sorina told me was basically the national food of Romania, and included meat wrapped in cabbage leaves that had been cooked until they were so tender the leaves had the consistency of a sauce-soaked tortilla. There was zacusca, made out of eggplant, which we ate on top of bread, and homemade blackberry syrup, which we diluted with water and drank. Her mother had also sent a bottle of tuica, (pronounced ...
... known as Ceausescu’s Folly. In response to Russia’s invasion of Czechoslovakia, ( which he opposed) he ordered the road to be built as a strategic route for military purposes just in case the Russians tried a similar tactic in Romania.The road connects the provinces of Transylvania & Wallachia. It is usually only open from early July to October. It was expensive to build and cost many lives.
*We have breakfast with a ...
... was sufficient for us. Clean compact rooms, wifi, near metro access (two minute walk.) But our first impression from the curt receptionist left a bad taste in our mouths. And we were prepaid for four nights. Junko had made the booking for all of us and the confirmation she received was exactly correct, two rooms, four days.
In the morning, we went down and asked for the manager. A different receptionist was on duty who said everything ...
... day which is widely celebrated in Romania. I was the recipient of a red carnation, a red rose and a specially created raspberry and lemon macaron. There was even a lunch time ladies party, complete with cardboard-cut-out men. Strange. Once the sightseeing was complete, it was time to head to the airport. I eventually worked out how to interpret the confusing (and ...
We spent a full day in Budapest before getting a late night train to Romania.
Included in our adventures for the day were visiting the Castle district, Central Markets for strudel, Jewish Quarter, Ruin bars, looking at antiques, visiting Margaret island, 7pm boat cruise to see Budapest light up, pork knuckles and then the train at 11pm. We were glad to get on the train so that we would have a forced rest!
The train ride was interesting - 15 hours, 600 miles ...