Villa Natali

Address: Sfatul Tarii, 15, Chisinau, 2012, Moldova | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sfatul Tarii, 15, Chisinau, is near Soroca Fortress.
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      Travel Blogs from Chisinau

      Loving the wine

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 28, 2015

      5 photos

      ... and fancied a little lay down. After an hour nap I woke up and had a drink with Erdem at the hostel both of us decided to pop out to get some food. We ended up going to star kebab which is big fast food chain. The food was really tasty. It needed more meet though in my opinion. Then we took a slow walk back to the hostel before both of us calling it a night. I wanted to get up early the next day to get a mini bus to Bucharest. I did get up early the following morning but I had ...

      BL #37: Tour a Communist-Era Monstrosity

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 08, 2014

      7 photos

      Nicolae Ceausescu was both a madman and a megalomaniac - perhaps his most infamous project was construction of the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest, the World's second-largest building trailing only the Pentagon. Construction started in 1984 and supposedly finished in 1997, though parts of the building remain unfinished, and the price tag for this monstrosity is somewhere over 3.3 billion Euros. There is no logic behind a building ...

      A woman who talked to a Xerox, asked questions...

      A travel blog entry by cariverga on Jun 06, 2013

      ... 1075;рубы 77; и необя 79;атель& #1085;ые, а еда – пресн 72;я и неизы 89;канна& #1103;.

      Так что перио 76; време ...

      Ate&Drank

      A travel blog entry by lavie on Aug 12, 2012

      1 photo

      ... Eli Pili place and dancing. They bring excellent music from 70's and 80's, they give away kompot (local fruit drink) and they just have fun. A few times I happened to be there after some business event, all dressed up and still felt quite comfy in the crowd of happy drunk people.Yes, it's also one of few places in my city where LGBT can feel free from harassment. It is a great shame for my country that we are still there but hopefull the situation will be better.

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      A 21st Century Schizoid

      A travel blog entry by stanfalk on Sep 14, 2011

      5 comments, 9 photos

      ... for that. I'm not talking hoagie bun or anything. Two pieces of Wonderbread and two melon ball sized dollops of tuna, a sorry looking lettuce leaf and a tomato slice. 10 euros!!! That's $14 for those of you in Rio Linda. Alright, I'm exaggerating a little. I did get a Coke with it.

      So anyway, one of these days when I don't have as much time but do have a lot more money I'm going back to Istanbul and I'm going to do it right. All ...