Dalin Center Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... got to the bridge, I must say, I was less than impressed. As far as picturesque river views go, Budapest has Bucharest beat by a mile. But, looking at my photo now, it looks prettier than it seemed in the moment.
I backtracked to Lipscani and was won over by the old world charm and architecture. And the quiet! The cobblestone streets were also very quiet. Not completely deserted, but fairly empty. Most of the Old City has been converted into restaurants ...
... was a presentation of Israeli art films that did an excellent job of documenting the deep cultural heritage and social militarization with equal gravity, as well as an enormous exhibition that showcased the work of the Romanian subArt collective, which was active in the early 1990's during Romania's transition from Communist to democratic rule. It was intensely interesting, deeply critical of aspects of Communist living (particularly waiting in queues for food and the largesse ...
... the move from Helsinki since 5:30am and hadn't eaten since 9am. Ravenous we were thrilled to catch sight of McDonalds the minute we stepped off the train. We've been trying to eat well and haven't touched much fast food since living in London or travelling europe so our burgers tasted pretty good!! The prize for "Most Helpful Local of the Day" goes to the guy serving at McDonalds who helped us a lot when it came to sorting out train tickets to Brasov. Well done sir!
... city that has very ancient beginnings, mud houses have been found in the vicinity that date back more than 5000 years. After a light overnight snowfall we had a walk around the town as the snow melted though the sky remained ominously white as if ready to dump some more on us. In a small park there is a 3 dimensional model of the Black Sea made by a teacher and his pupils in 1956. Covering most of the hill is a very large park with a wide variety of trees, it ...
... wrong direction, which was corrected by taking a taxi to the centre of town. Spent the afternoon in Bucharest - not my favorite place of the trip. Dirty and dusty with much of the old town destroyed and replaced with 1970's concrete.
The highlight of the day was the mist walkway - very cooling and the real lemonade from a stall in the park.
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