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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... for us. Then we left for dinner a little early so we could walk around the city center and old town first, Sorina assuring me that I would be able to try any of the foods on my list at the restaurant we were going to.
After poking through a bookstore that turned out to specialize in English books and wandering through a Romanian H&M to compare prices and styles with American H&Ms (they seem to be about the same), Ruxi called to let us know she was just ...
... cello musician and he expressed his joy through music as a form of art.
The art guide, Daniela, took me over to a clay sculpting workshop. Having a hands on activity is a really good idea for school tour groups to physically engage them in an activity. After introducing me to the artists, they introduced me to the potters wheel and I began making myself a vase. To be honest I wouldn't ...
... have happened but perhaps at the National Stadium. You’d think someone would have the corroborating video. The funniest mistaken identity story (unverified) is that of the Spanish football team which flew to Budapest when the match was taking place in Bucharest.
Next Stop, The Old Court Church (Biserica Curtea Veche)
Our group walked over to the Old Court Church which has a history dating to the ...
... of reminding people about the horrors of war. Why do you think there is a huge hole in the roof? What might it symbolise? Give it some thought. . .
On a much happier note I visited a huge chocolate shop. Here are some of the creations I wanted to eat. . .
Something else about Berlin, they number every single public tree. Here is a picture of tree number two! Apparently tree ...
... one of Bucharest's historical buildings. Another point of interests is the Villacrose and Macca passages. These two pedestrian alleys are roofed with tainted glasses, and wrought iron. They are lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants in a 'U' shape. The sun gives a natural light to the alley when it hits the tinted rooftop.
The tour ends by the Revolution Square. This is the site of a series of riots in December 1989. The Romanian ...