Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square
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... last, and were just quite amazing in square metres, roof height, architecture and lavish decor. It was built from 1983 - 1989, worked on 24 hours a day in 3 shifts using 99% of materials from Romania and around half a million Romanian workers, suppliers, etc. Costing around €7 billion ($11 billion) and several hundred lives, as safety was hardly a priority, it successfully manged to drain a fair chunk of the Govt coffers. Ceausescu, being the paranoid megalomania that ...
... up, and HOLY COW,...I leave at 2:10pm tomorrow. I would've MIsSED my flight home! Don't ask me where the 6:30pm came from. So,....instead of having all day to pack, I have a few hrs in the morning. Oh THaNK YOU LORD for not letting me miss that flight. I am REaDY to go home!
So,......goodnight from Romania! I'm going to bed, so I can get up early in the morning, and begin the LONG treckk home,......can't wait!
... actually received a tour of the inside of this building and were amazed at the quality of the details--the extensive use of marble and crystal--all from Romania. It is said that the project cost over 10 Billion US dollars--not including labor. Labor was forced by the government. It went like this--"Comrade, you will leave your factory job making lamps tomorrow and will join the workforce at the palace You will receive ...
... passing through Bulgaria on the way to Istanbul. The couchette is amazing. I feel like I have an apartment all to myself. (exactly like Ross’s picture that he posted on my Facebook page) There is cozy, comfortable feeling to being rocked to sleep on a train, the feeling of reclining on a layered duvet while you have two large picture windows framing the winter landscape.
Bulgaria was pretty non-descript, at least from ...
... We signed up for the full tour which included a trek through ten or so halls each longer and grander than the next, the second level terrace which was really lame until I went to the ladies' room and discovered the terrace door was open so went through it onto a small landing (yeah!!) as I peeked through it I found it to be the best view of the Bulevardul Unirii (designed to be larger than the Champs-Elysees in Paris). I told another woman and before you knew ...