Hotel Royal Bucharest

No 28 Mircea Voda Blvd, Bucharest, 30662, Romania | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on No 28 Mircea Voda Blvd, Bucharest, is near Cismigiu Gardens, The National Museum of Art of Romania, Chamber of Deputies (Palatul Parlamentului), and Bucharest Mall.
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    Travel Blogs from Bucharest

    This is Buchapiss

    A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 27, 2013

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... it got its name. The stink of urine was so overwhelming that it was clear that the activity from the night before didn't have anywhere else to go but behind every tree in the park. In fact the night before it was also evident that every lane way, nook and cranny in old town Bucharest is an open air toilet or a place to throw refuse. Thus it was named anew, Buchapiss. Ivan says hello to the girls, and attached is a special video message just for Flip. Happy ...

    A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Athenaeum

    A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... a side plate of red onions and a jalapeno. I inquired, and was instructed to enjoy them with the soup, as they would make the soup taste better. I am not sure that is entirely true but, when in Bucharest. Who would have thought that the slices of raw red onion would be spicier than the jalapeno?

    The mici was interesting, but I can't say it was the most enjoyable thing I ate. The waiter had asked me how many I wanted and I said "two" but he shook his head ...

    The Birthday Post - Bucharest, Romania

    A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 18, 2012

    ... was a presentation of Israeli art films that did an excellent job of documenting the deep cultural heritage and social militarization with equal gravity, as well as an enormous exhibition that showcased the work of the Romanian subArt collective, which was active in the early 1990's during Romania's transition from Communist to democratic rule. It was intensely interesting, deeply critical of aspects of Communist living (particularly waiting in queues for food and the largesse ...

    Eating, Dancing, and Cycling in Romania's Capital

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Oct 27, 2011

    52 photos

    ... Then we had a few beers at a student bar before heading back to her flat. I noticed that night that communist-style apartments and stray dogs are everywhere in Bucharest. It’s dirty and smelly too. But something about Bucharest on my first night made a really good impression.

    I blogged in the morning and then headed south to pick up a rental bike. Before I could rent the bike with a pre-paid card that Anca kindly gave me, I was drawn to a food ...

    Heading for Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by dgm2oz on Apr 14, 2011

    6 comments, 23 photos

    ... late autumn evening around sunset while driving home and seeing the stacks of round straw bales piled high, I realised why I had been feeling unsettled. The Fens were lacking shadows. Unlike Cumbria or Devon with their hills and trees, most of the Cambridgeshire Fens that I had seen had very little of either, hence no shadows.

    The flat land I'm seeing today stretches for miles but is populated with trees along the drainage channels and roadways. ...