Samaa Hotel

Address: Blvd Ion Mihalache 319C, Bucharest, 011184, Romania | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Blvd Ion Mihalache 319C, Bucharest, is near Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle), Sf. Nicolae (Saint Nicholas), Ecaterina's Gate, and The City Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Crit to Brasov to Sinaia to Bucharest

A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Oct 07, 2014

10 photos

... took place at night but it was too cold to stay for long and the singing wasn't great. After leaving Crit we stopped at Poiana Brasov, the highest ski resort in Romania. Unfortunately the funicular wasn't working so we couldn't reach the summit of Postavaru mountain. A visit to Bran Castle also known as Dracula's Castle opened up discussions as to whether Dracula was fiction or real. A visit to Rhein Azuga, ...

And I Have Walked 10,000 Miles....��

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 16, 2013

6 comments, 5 photos

... People’s Republic. Whatever resources Romania had left after the war, were subsequently drained by the USSR. Romania was also not exempt from the imprisonment of political and religious prisoners that happened all over the Eastern Bloc. In 1948 there was a move to a collective farm. Citizens were “convinced” through beatings, intimidation, arrests, and deportations to give up their land. Shortly after the Communists began taking land, ...

The End

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on May 25, 2013

5 photos

... 8217;t always need smartness.

Romania and Moldova were two countries neither me nor Sarah had been to before. We left having thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Although poor by European standards, Romania is nevertheless fast catching up with its neighbours to the west. It is a land of beautiful countryside, pleasingly romantic castles and friendly, genuine and helpful people. Moldova is poorer still ...

Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 22, 2012

4 comments, 60 photos

... Ottoman Empire (but Transylvania was part of the Austria-Hungary empire, and not part of Romania at this time). During World War I and II the various states changed sides at various times.

After the war, the left-wing parties won the elections in 1946. A year later the monarchy was abolished, and the Romanian People’s Republic was proclaimed. Soviet troops withdrew in 1958. Nicole Ceausescu ruled from 1965 to 1989. His domestic policy was ...

Touring Romania.

A travel blog entry by jimfavor1 on Oct 07, 2011

... in long lines along paved paths. You are free to enter and inspect each of them at your own pace. The variety was amazing. I think that it says that there was a lot of individualism before the Communists took over.

Once we gathered everyone back on the bus we started back to our ship. We drove through many sections of Bucharest during the day and I took many photos. The portions that we saw seems clean and well kept up. ...