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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... from the Ceausescu horror years. Apparently many historic buildings were destroyed to create it, and the lives of many workers lost in the process. We went past many lovely old European style buildings, including an Arc de Triumph. We strolled through a park, then eventually found the Museum of Romanian Peasants. It was surprisingly good, with realistic displays of the lives of ordinary folk, as well ...
... escu’s rule. A country’s recovery from the kind of rule that Romania endured is not instantaneous. As you travel to Romania today, you will still see the Communist-era high-rise apartments in the cities. There are still problems with children being institutionalized on much too large a scale, or simply not being cared for. This is where FMN steps in, to provide hope and a future for these children and their families and to turn the tide on the abuse ...
"Romania?" is the question I hear repeated during the weeks and months leading up to this short travel jaunt. “Okaaay. Why?” (Either that, or just a blank silence that tails off towards a different subject altogether.)
As the other travel blogs I have posted on this website will testify, I like going to places other people tend not to think of going to. This is perhaps the main reason I seek out these places. And this time ...
Staying over an extra night as we are both under the weather. Just booked in to Hello Hotel by the train station. Just as cheap as a hostel and nicer. Who knew.
Great hotel, very new and clean, terrific staff, recommend it if you are ever stuck in Bucharest overnight and want to be close to the train. Very quiet and ...
... plaza with 6 roads cutting across it. It is really hot, and we are pleased to get to the shady avenue with the Museum of the Romanian Peasant in it. At the museum, we have to park the bag and camera, and walk through the large building, with one attendant per room. The exhibition has some interesting items, including a full size house, with the roof sectioned to show the way it is used for storage.
A fully set up blacksmiths shop is of interest to ...