Hotel Royal Bucharest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We arrived in Arbanassi and stopped for ...
... to Ottoman Empire to monarchy to communist regime to republic. By the time we reached the museum, I felt that I could hold a brief but educated conversation on the subject of the influences that had created the Romania I visited this past weekend– thanks, Sorina! Nothing can beat touring a city with a local.
The art museum we visited next was divided into two sections: European and Romanian. As with the rest of the museums in Bucharest, it was dirt cheap ...
... A LOT of them. This is probably why the city looks pretty run down. We explored part of old-town and passed by a bunch of pastry shops.
We decided to stop by to get a bunch of different pastries for dinner. They were pretty good and the entire meal came to about $3! Once we got back to the hotel, it started pouring.
-- Ryan L.
... and they wanted to pay more money to the hotel. We recommended they wait to see if any pending charges come through by the time they get back to Japan and it would be better to correspond in email with copies of the debits and credits. It sure seemed like Hello Hotel was trying to get it right. And there was a third party booking company, Venere.com, which may have been responsible for the apparent errors. (Update: Everything was corrected at ...
... the rooms are quite warm. The good news is that the windows open. Next, on to the castle. Vlad the Impaler is a hero in Romania. Not only did he keep Turks from invading, but also hated the rich and seized their lands. As a result he was revered by peasants. He got his name because he would impale prisoners on stakes in such a way that they would endure a slow painful death. He left their ...