Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... couples strolling around in the sunshine. Always open to making assumptions, I suggested that many of the elderly would have gone into retirement in the post-communist time and on pensions of 400E or more lately 200E per month don't have much money for anything other than rent and basic food.
... During the revolution of '89)
The day after our colleagues brought us to a nice Romanian restaurant http://www.hanuberarilor.ro/en/ Hanu' Berarilor ( Casa Soare ). Good price, excellent food and cozy atmosphere. Here we took some beers and we were introduced to the Romanian Palinca, the national spirit drink. After enjoying our dinner and drinks we went to walk through the old town to have ...
... lying on his back across 3 seats whilst Ivan continued to taunt him!! The spasms had somewhat subsided for Vlad as we arrived in Bucharest. It's a big concrete city with nothing much to see or do, complicated by the fact it was a Monday when most things are closed in Romania. This was a good thing because there's not much to do or see in Bucharest anyway. It really was the best place for this to happen. We had lunch in a nearby restaurant called Monte Carlo ...
... the Old City, and was faced with an entirely different scene than I had encountered earlier that morning. The place was packed. The restaurants were booming. The air was filled with smoke. Lots and lots of cigarette smoke. Lucky for me, the air cleared once I arrived at my intended location--The Artist. This was the summary from In Your Pocket: Food as art: a first for Bucharest and a first for Romania. The work of a young Dutch chef, this amazing restaurant is set ...
... no cats, no already occupied rooms and there was even a sign out front advertising the hostel. We even splurged a little and got a private room!!
On our first day, and in fact every day we spent in Bucharest, it was cold, grey and snowing. We never got out of bed to early and always took full advantage of the free breakfast provided by the hostel. This stop was a bit of down time.
Another similarity between the days in our Bucharest stop was a ...