Hotel Suter Inn
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... wonders but because she brought in the biggest model. Sitting on an area over 7 football fields in size, or about the size of Venice, 12 stories on top and a further 9 stories below ground, this building is the second biggest in the world next to the Pentagon. The only reason they didn't build it bigger was because they didn't know the actual size of the Pentagon. To build the palace Ceausesu had to demolish several neighbourhoods. He gave the people some notice and then ...
As the Turkish guy began giving tips about how to score with Romanian women (apparently you need to just come up from behind and grab them) Kevin and I were greeted by Marius, the well-dressed, tall, handsome young hostel owner.
“Hey guys! You are..Peter Van Dort! With a German surname, am I right?”
“Well sort of. Dutch.”
“Hm. And you're from Australia? Where in Australia?”
“I'm from Melbourne, Kevin is ...
... occasionally turning to presumably stare at the 3 of us left in the shared compartment. A little unnerving so I focused on my book. Made good progress too.
Last hurdle was to get off at the right stop. Tricker than you might think as the Romanian railway service seems to be blighted by a distinct lack of signs. Most of the Romanians appeared to be as clueless as me, but luckily the services are usually punctual and I know the arrival ...
... was really beautiful---a former residence of royalty but is now used as the office for the President. We met a nice Danish guy (Atly from Copenhagen) who helped us navigate the metro afterwards. Again can't emphasize how friendly people have been to us. Spent the rest of the afternoon wandering the streets for souvenirs and lunched at a takeaway gyro shop. Was pretty good but it was weird to find French fries rolled into it. ...
... tea house. Totally recommend it. Made a mean feast for dinner that night and went out with one of the hostel workers to Valley of the Kings and smoked some sheesha and had some local beer. Left the next morning for Genie's hometown in Romania- Brasov. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking