Manhattan Hotel & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... until 18:30 before we went to the station. It was just a short walk away. When we arrived there I just had enough time to quickly get a drink and say goodbye to Ianos. He was very helpful. There were only two of us in the mini bus at this point which I thought was weird. Then I realised that we were picking people up. We must of spent an hour going around the city picking up people. We ended up picking up Ianos and his dad as well to take them back to there home. There was a ...
As much as I hate to admit it, the Palace is quite beautiful, at least in some ways. The attention to detail is incredible in some parts of the Palace, while in others, you can see how certain areas were simply slapped together, for the sake of completion. But in the end, the whole concept and origin of Ceausescu's Palace is completely ugly, and not even some of the Palace's beautiful spots can wipe his stink off of this ...
... I think it has rained everyday I have been in Eastern Europe. Not a whole lot to see here. I tried to find a traditional Moldovan place to eat at but it seemed everything was closed after 9pm, so I had to settle on McDonald's. Also, the streets are extremely dark at night. Anyway, check out the ...
... our interpretors and had dinner with the team. It felt good to be together even though we were missing Bill and Tim. After dinner we were taken to our homes for the night. I met Andre, our driver and homeowner. He took Sarah, Nicole, our Interpretor Victoria, and me to His home in Chircaiesti, a village about 5 kilometers from the school. He showed us around the house and gave us a fresh, hot bag of corn that his wife had cooked us and some cookies and soda and then told us he ...
... is that it felt too European. For me. And on this trip. The Grand Bazaar that you hear so much about felt like a shopping mall compared to others I've been to. It didn't make me feel transported to another time. It was clean, orderly, and catered almost exclusively to tourists. At the famous market in Marrakech you'll see large sections devoted to selling tourist trinkets, but that's only a small fraction of the total. 80% still caters to the ...