Hotel Suter Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The city was similar to what we had seen in Bucharest. There were many large avenues and beautiful parks. Some of the buildings were in better shape and reflected a diverse architecture.
The particular highlights were Kalemegdan Fortress and St. Sava the Orthodox temple.
At the fortress he took us to the highest area and pointed out the cross roads of the river below. He stated that ...
9:59 am CT/5:59 pm in Istanbul:
In Istanbul. Airport is ok, but busy, and I would not want to be stuck here. The staff do seem a little rude. IT's modern and clean, but the wi-fi is not free or seems to be working. I can't post any updates or check email. I guess that won't kill me. Lots of little kids fussing and crying. I met a nice woman on the plane who sat next to me. ...
... had trouble having sex with non-celibate girls too. I was just happy to chat to Mormons to be honest, and just as I hoped, they were all cheerful and easy to talk to. They'd been working in an orphanage for a month and were taking a few days off to explore Romania.
“Oh right, Mormons!” I heard Michael, the Australian, comment. “You're like, not allowed to use electricity right?”
The Mormon girls laughed. “No, that's the Amish!”
... instead of Friday so that we could have time to pack and get ready on friday.
The plane experience was quite interesting. First, I find out that we dont get assigned seating. So when the boarding started it was like a crasy rush. People just made this large crowd instead of a line. We ended up getting seats together so it was good. On the plane they explained everything in English and Romanian only. However, there was no movie and when I asked Ana if we got ...
... could have seen curtains that weighed 1 ton each and a very impressive chandelier, sadly this didn’t thrill me.
We did find a very local café that served all sorts of traditional Romanian dishes, it was very much like a school canteen except without the milk money. Went and ate huge meals here for about 3 or 4 Euro. Then onto the plane I went, 2 hours to Prague an hour waiting for the next connection and another ...