Hotel Suter Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cracks in the ceiling, rust stains on the floor and paint peeling off the walls. They get around 355 000 visitors per year through here but the entrance fee barely covers any costs. So it gets used as a Weddings, Parties, Anything venue. Yes, you too can hire any of the rooms out for your conference, movie shoot, bucks party or product launch.
The building is another shining example of Soviet style excesses while the proletarian worker struggled to survive in the ...
... our stuff into the car. Marius was very friendly and spoke English well. When Beckett got a bit fussy he calmed him by playing music on the radio. On our way into the city we had a lively discussion about travel scams. He was very concerned that tourists impressions of Romania are too easily tainted by a few. He also told us of his experience working at a hotel in Yellowstone which was his inspiration to get into the hospitality industry; ...
... lent us her own personal laptop for the night so we could upload some photos to this blog. She sorted us a taxi to town to get on the free walking tour and it only cost 7 lei (1.2 euro) this is a big deal because the Romanian taxis are renowned for ripping off tourists. The walking tour was great and we saw the main things, like the People's Palace which is the second largest building in the world ...
... brand margarine (before I knew taking photos was an issue). We sold hotdogs at the school fair and we sold out, the kids love their hotdogs. It is the British School of Bucharest so it is full of expats. It was minus 12 degrees when we were walking to school this morning.
Sat 15 Dec
Bucharest has better shopping than Perth, who would have guessed. We went to the local shopping centre which is full of Marks & Spencer, H&M, Zara and all the ...
... 50% of the muslims are strict with their religion whereas the other 50% are not as dedicated. The laws in Turkey have now changed and foreigners can now buy land here, mostly rich Arabs and people from Europe. We had a good flight to Bucharest on Tarum airlines on a A318 Airbus which was very cramped. This only took 50 minutes which was long enough to serve us tea, coffee, rolls and cake each. Our ...