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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... br> But the city he has left, over time, has become quite beautiful. Albeit a bit dogeared in places and still with an unfortunate amount of communist era concrete block of flats, covered in grunge and satellite dishes.
The Parliament Palace is grand. No two ways about it. Palatial, and well kind of beautiful, maybe awe inspiring. ******* big. The ball room on the first floor is 2200 square metres and has a “stud” of maybe 20 metres. Our house ...
... much larger cosmopolitan European cities, and possibly even bests some of them.
Really, we are far too old for these types of activities, but the occasional night of reliving former glories is always an acceptable thing to do, especially when traveling overseas. It's a good thing that we are only passing through Bucharest and only hit the town occasionally, because we would surely die within a few short years if we tried to do ...
... smoke by burning the shisha or used to create water vapor by melting it at a lower temperature. It's cool watching the guys sit around a table puffing on their hooka's. After dinner, we walked the 15-20 minutes back to the hotel. And now,....well, lets just say that I am 'one' with the bed! I'm trying to hold my crossed eyes open until 8:30 or so. Only one more hour to go. That's about it for today. Stay tuned, .....and tomorrow I'll have more riveting news coming your way. ...
... urban dwellers what the countryside is like. This gave me the opportunity to see what traditional houses were like without actually having to go - and with the entrance fee being just 50p, this was well worth the visit.
Bucharest on the whole was pretty cheap, and gave me a packed three days of sightseeing, and there was beautiful weather to go with it! Even at 18:30 it was 27˚C, as well as being sunny all day long!
... of wells throughout the country is testament to that) and whose people are more withdrawn that those in Romania. It is more difficult to travel in but it does offer a glimpse of a Europe that is now disappearing in the strive for modernity. Don’t come to this corner of the world if you want a simple and luxurious holiday. But do come if you’re after a sense of romance and old-style Europe. We like ...