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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Everyone had told us that Easter Sunday would see the city closed down. They didn't mention that Easter Monday was also a public holiday.
We had a late start to the day and when we went wandering around the old town again, every shop we had planned on visiting was closed. Che's hips were playing ...
... en/ which is quite nice for lounging. For the food it is not the place to be. It was ok but not super.
After the dinner we went for a walk through the old town and towards Bulevardul Unirii (Unification Boulevard) which was to be Communist Romania's answer to Paris's Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
From there we walked towards the Palace of Parliament. The second largest building of the ...
... it's now the home to their Parliament. I really enjoyed the tour, very informative and the building is hugely impressive. It also appeared on Top gear one day as well....
I'll let the photo's do the talking....
Spent the afternoon on a bus, it was a bit of a mystery tour as the commentary wasn't in synch with the locations....made it a tad more interesting!!!
Going for beer & scoff tonight then tomorrow it's North for me.
... of the philharmonic, but, they were on break until September. I was hit by a sudden pang of disappointment that I couldn't score a ticket to see something that night. The room was spectacular. My tour guide said the acoustics are perfect. He also pointed out the seat where George Bush sat to watch a performance. Rarely, if ever, have I found myself jealous of George Bush, but I can honestly say in that moment, I was. While I wasn't allowed to take photos in ...
... the front door step.
The lady who greeted us at the front desk was very friendly but a little eccentric and didn't really seem all there. The cats and the stains all over her jacket were the first signs that this place was kind of dodgy.
The strange but kind lady showed us the dorm we would be staying in, which was a make-shift, 8 bed dorm in a room just off the reception. It had 2 big glass doors leading to the reception and masking tape all over ...