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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... br> I had walked around the show twice in under two hours so decided to leave. The rest of the day was spent trying to catch up with the blog but there was always some one to talk to. I went back into the city for the free guided tour. The tour was good showing one or two parts of the city hiden ...
... and no one who's reaching a hand to help for a better future.
Today Romania it is not more the Romania which I remember in my childhood. Especially after this visit, my view to Romania and Romanians has been completely changed.
As it was a business trip, instead of a report day by day, I report more the highlight of the stay.
It was the first time that I ...
... dishes already made up in the cabinet, so I went with her recommendation. When it came, I realised that I had inadvertently ordered Chicken goujons, chips and salad! Not exactly what I had in mind when I had asked the lady in the hostel where I could get some good Romanian food! As it turned out, there was just about enough of interest to make it worthwhile, as the salad of lightly pickled cabbage was really nice, as were the pickled chillies ...
... doors were locked, so I walked around to the side. The door was open, and there was a man sitting on a folding chair watching television. He stopped me and said it would cost 10 lei. Seemed totally worth it to me, so I shelled out the cash. Then I was instructed to wait. He went into the building and returned with an elderly gentleman who proceeded to ask me to follow him. Seemed perfectly safe to me to follow this old man into a deserted building. It was, and ...
Romania is not a place that many people go and when we first arrived it wasn't hard to see why. Its cold, grey and a little depressing but I was definitely surprised by what it had going on once you get in and look around.
We arrive the night of the 7th, into Romania after flying from Istanbul. We caught the bus into the city and started walking to our hostel. This sounds easy but its only because there was a very friendly man who decided he would help us ...