Hotel Royal Bucharest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much of his atrocious deeds were directed toward the German Boyars, and of course Turkish invaders. As a defender of the Greek Orthodox church against the invading Islamic Turks, he is regarded as a national hero.
It has a relatively high unemployment rate, and many who work are under-employed, especially among the young. A new president was recently elected and they have hope for better, more progressive times ahead. I wish them all the luck for ...
... it heated when the snows fall. So rooms are available for parties and corporate meetings, Darlene immediately was thinking of trying for an exclusive party contract and resurrecting Darata Design Associates. I threatened to shake her silly and she backed down from even thinking of the possibilities. (She knew I really wouldn't lay a hand on her.)
(Left) The site of the last speech of the ...
... to have lunch. "Tell them Florin from the Marriott sent you".
When we arrived at the hotel I changed some money when I checked in, since I wanted to make sure to give Florin a tip, but he was already gone by the time I turned around from the front desk. So, as penance for not giving him a monetary tip, I am posting the following tip to any future travelers to Bucharest: Ask for Florin from the Marriott if you need a driver, or a tour guide. He's ...
... really stands out is how committed these students are. It is the middle of summer vacation and some of the students come in 2-3 days a week for 3-4 hours at a time to study. I have a hard time picturing American students doing the same thing. Some of the projects that we (Sinzi, Laura and I) have been working on are creating some new materials to distribute, editing videos to add to the website/Youtube, and preparing for the ...
... wonderful trivia and old photos to make the city come alive. What impressed me most was his enthusiasm for his city. By the end of the tour we made fast friends with Pete (Birmingham, England) who quit his job and is traveling the world with plans to end up in Australia, Charlotte and Earl (Vancouver) who quit their jobs and are five months into an 8th month tour of the world, Dagmar (Brussels) who is boondoggling (some people have all the luck); and Michael (aka "Beano") who is ...