Nelisse Hotel

Popa Lazar, no. 12, Bucharest, 021586, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

"It Niiiice.........Not!"

A travel blog entry by sranmal


Glod is a small, poverty-stricken village in Romania. Life is hard there: toilets are little more than holes in the ground, horses and donkeys are the only source of transport, and most young girls are encouraged to marry at 15 or 16. Most people eke out a living peddling scrap iron or working scrubby patches of land. A few years ago, a tall, …

Peaches Hostel

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki

I checked into the hostel and was so happy after a day of traveling to have a cold room to sleep in. The second night in the hostel though people kept turning off the AC in the room and it was stuffy. The bed was comfortable though. I had a hard time finding someone that worked in the hostel to ask for directions but when I did they were very helpful. On my last day they were very nice to let me leave my bags to pick them up before heading to the train ...

Bucharest - little Paris

A travel blog entry by ian_chris2013


Bucharest, Romania - arrived around midday and spent the day sightseeing around the capital city - large city with some 2.2 million people - really surprised at how attractive the buildings are and how well developed the city is - plenty of modern buildings, hotels, vibrant and classy restaurants - it's not cheap though- significant increase in prices here over the last few countries we have visited - they call it " little Paris" as it has almost a replica of ...

Paradise in a big city

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55


... feel a little concerned. It was nearly 10 past as we decided to make a run for the Main Street and hopefully find a taxi there. As we got to the corner, we turned around to see a rusted out little red hatchback pull up in front of our hostel. Next thing, the window came down, his arm came out and a yellow taxi light was placed on the roof...the little rusted out hatchback had transformed into a taxi! We ran back, ...

Bucharest was really nice, which was unexpected

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... megalomaniacal, and he built many expensive follies. Eventually the people revolted against him in 1989, and he and his wife were executed by a firing squad. He was replaced by Ion Iliescu as President, and Petre Roman as prime minister, after elections that were reputed to involve coercion and intimidation. Student protests against the former Communist ruler were ruthlessly squashed by 20,000 coal miners shipped in by Iliescu.

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