Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... t turned up. Andie was quite relieved to have all her little ducklings back in the fold.
Once at our new digs in Bucharest, we went downtown to see what the capital was like. Well, bit of a shithole, really. After all the beautiful cities we've passed through with their Old Towns, cobblestoned paths, baroque architecture and eleantly dressed locals, Bucharest appeared to be bereft of these. The streets were dirty, cracked and crumbling, the traffic bumper to ...
... a Turkish backpacker.
“Oh so you've finally woken up?” Michael asked.
The Turkish guy looked extremely hungover and had a head of wild, curly hair.
“Yeah, I was out until six in the morning,” he replied. “So what are you doing in Romania guys? Going out, meeting girls?”
“We're just travelling around for twelve days – mainly staying in Transylvania, seeing Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Sighisoara and Sibiu. Should ...
... than some of the trains I've been on in other parts of the continent. This statement might be revised later this week, but so far, 2nd class is just fine, despite the hesitations of some colleagues. In fact it was not the class, but the ticket itself that caused the difficulty. Although my e-ticket was entirely in Romanian, the ticket inspector examined it thoroughly for several minutes, raising the suspicions of all the other passengers around ...
... since I get distracted easily and forget what I'm doing just by looking at flowers, animals, grass, etc. no big deal I guess least not for me. And if we run across a vampire then I feel sorry for the vampire because NO ONE messes with aunt Linda even if they're already dead. L: Started the day in a mad man's taxi. Pretty sure that it was one of the scariest rides of Ashley's life. I saw the fear in her eyes as I heard her ...
... will be possible….Bulgaria is closed and the train must go through Bulgaria”!!
PS. Alex would like me to add that she does not share my extreme enthusiasm for the snow. Beautiful as it is, it's very difficult to enjoy it when it's -180C, every part of your body is frozen and you've lost all feeling in your face.....
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking