Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... be good for a school group because it offers a great experience and a different view of life. I was glad to try it for myself, though, as I was a little worried that a high level of maturity is required because it may overwhelm or traumatise school students.
For me, the experience of volunteering was incredible. Making a personal difference in someone's life for ...
... the four of us went to Herăstrău Park on the way to Muzeul Naţional al Satului Dimitrie Gusti, a folk village containing 19th and early 20th century buildings relocated from all regions of the country.
We arrived at the park near the Charles de Gaulle statue, which has been called the third ugliest stature in the city. The stature is really nice and the ugly statute contest is a reflection on Romanian ...
... as a potatoe on a stick by locals (a justifiable description I must admit).
Romania, like Australia, also uses plastic money. Apparently this was introduced in the early 90s as a foreign advisor told the politicians in power at the time that they should be using more plastic money (ie credit cards) to help the economy, however they took this advice literally and they now, uh, have money that is made from plastic. oops.
Despite the constant satire and ...
There are definitely a lot more Ukraine and Romania have to offer to the tourism industry. They have been under the radar for quite awhile, and in recent years, governments of both countries have been aggressively promoting these countries as top tourists' destinations. The World Tourism Organization has already placed Ukraine in the top 25 most visited countries in world.
Ukraine and Romania are without doubt the places to go again and ...
... in Paris.
I've never seen Paris. Excluding those of decadent French pederasts (er, writers) of the 19th and early 20th centuries, most of my opinions of France and her people are negative and snippy, so I've never felt the inclination. The fact that CDG charges €4 for WiFi after your complimentary 15 minutes doesn't exactly increase my affection. Neither does charging €3 for a can of Coke, but it tasted pretty good at that point. Even so, ...