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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... through Heathrow.
I have been very impressed with the education level and passion of all the people we have encountered. Many speak 3 to 5 languages. Everywhere we have gone, English is spoken and we are treated very well. Despite the depressed conditions of these post communist countries, everyone has a smile. As Natasha, our guide to the airport said "there is nothing so important as travel. It is the best education and makes the world smaller". I agree.
... as well.
And so began a weekend full of eating! I had planned to go to Milan to eat, but the Romanian eating spree I embarked on was a surprise. The food was so much cheaper than the rest of Europe, and hot food was so readily available that it seemed crazy to eat as conservatively as I had been in most of the other cities I visited. Why eat only a meal and a half a day when three meals in Romania cost the same as one in Switzerland?
We finished out ...
... and hidden rooms that go under ground and into the rock it is built on. And believe it or not but the rock is actually named Tydricus. School students would have a lot of fun and enjoyment here, and they would have so much fun learning of the legends, not only is it educational but it is mysterious.
I took a 'scenic tour' bus ride back to the hotel and had an amazing buffet dinner in the luxurious covered terrace of Hotel Cismigiu.
... pole is inserted up the rectum and can bypass the vital organs. The impalee is then left to suffer on the pole until he dies, sometimes taking several days. Potential enemies would see the corpses on the poles as they approached Bucharest and have second thoughts about going up against Vlad. Vlad is still a hero figure to Romanians because he defeated the Ottoman Turks and kept the region independent for the time being.
... to the right Ramada, which I hadn’t. However, my distress was short lived because though I had visions of having to load up the bike and drive another 30 mins somewhere, the other Ramada was infact 100m away! So bike stayed where it was and bags were just taken to my room.
Later that night I set off to a restaurant that Jonas, of Valle Verde, had recommended. It was about 3 miles away and it was a lovely evening and it was on the other ...