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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Hello Bucharest, I'm so glad to be here!

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... have happened but perhaps at the National Stadium. You’d think someone would have the corroborating video. The funniest mistaken identity story (unverified) is that of the Spanish football team which flew to Budapest when the match was taking place in Bucharest.


Next Stop, The Old Court Church (Biserica Curtea Veche)

Our group walked over to the Old Court Church which has a history dating to the ...

Better than expected

A travel blog entry by mothman

... Universitat square and another square with a lot of history from 1989; and then through a park, to the presidential palace which is big, down a boulevard, then into old town to see some churches and reserve a meal for the evening. Our first choice restaurant was fully booked, second choice was being renovated, so we went for third choice. We then sat in a park waiting. Then to ...

Chasing visas in Bucharest

A travel blog entry by waynedale

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... me a confirmation email which was as good as an invitation, I thought. Not very official, I know, and it really was worded quite simply. Something along the lines of "yep, he's coming - we look forward to seeing him at our hotel". Hardly an invitation. If that were a party it'd be more like "yeah, come if you want to but if you can't make it, no big deal". Not exactly a wedding invitation, is it?

I eventually found the consulate and I had a Plan B in my head, just in ...

Bucharest By Midday

A travel blog entry by milkywaykiwi

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... internet connexion!! Yay, I ring my mum on skype in New Zealand and feel very happy and grateful for all this amazing technology!

After the coffee break I am taking more pictures, including of the Romanian Athenee, built from public donation, 
“Give one Leu for the Athenee” where a "leu"(lion) is the national currency of Romania. Further along the kings palace in the Revolution Plaza where the revolution started in ...

Needs better giftwrapping

A travel blog entry by amanda_escapes

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... but that turned out to be the short side! It was still grey, but much more decorated and sculpted than all the other buildings.

Our tour ran through some of the more impressive and large rooms. The whole building has 1,100 rooms and is built of almost entirely Romanian materials, including a million cubic metres of marble and 1,500 tons of crystal for chandeliers and lamps. And in true Communist style, a huge chunk of Romania's ...

       

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