Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square
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... with Viking.
We met in the lounge following our dinner for the game night: "Liar's Club". Five crew members sat in the front of the lounge while Mario showed a word on the two video screens. Sheila and I were lucky to join the team which included Bob and Beth, from Fairfield CA, Howard and Holly, Aida and Steve and three others. Bob is a doctor, and he knew many of the words so we ...
... will be a lifelong friend. It’s funny when you meet someone while working at McDonald’s. I had no idea how sophisticated Sorina was, or that she knew what a Louis XVI chair was, or that she could understand three languages perfectly, and she didn't know how passionate I am about travelling. And I'm sure that all those people we gave cups of coffee and cheery McSmiles really had no idea what we were capable of! I'm embarrassed to say that I briefly bought into ...
... civilian building with an administrative purpose in the world and the second largest government building in the world after the Pentagon. The street where my grandmother (Margarita Lohner Budik) lived during her elementary school years on Strada Baterilor no longer exists as it was demolished in order to make room for the Parliament area. I was not able to enter the parliament because I had not made a prior tour reservation and ...
... society going, you see. Just a little bribe here and there get things done!”
It was hard to tell how serious he was being. He was obviously young, funny, and talented enough to create this exquisitely designed hostel. The room was covered in boards with colourful chalk writing, listing every upcoming hostel activity, with various well-maintained pot-plants, and even a bicycle attached to one of the walls as a decoration.
Either way, Kevin and I were amused. We sat ...
... Ceauşescu. Thousands were imprisoned or repressed. The Secret Police - the Securitate - was rampant through the streets, and lots of poverty persisted throughout the country. Our city tour guide told us stories of his experience throughout the communist days. He recounted stories of how as a five year old boy he had to wait hours in ...