Dalin Center Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... doors were locked, so I walked around to the side. The door was open, and there was a man sitting on a folding chair watching television. He stopped me and said it would cost 10 lei. Seemed totally worth it to me, so I shelled out the cash. Then I was instructed to wait. He went into the building and returned with an elderly gentleman who proceeded to ask me to follow him. Seemed perfectly safe to me to follow this old man into a deserted building. It was, and ...
... and millions of chandeliers in each! Francisco was hilarious and very patient with the rude Americans on our tour: "I am being mysterious about answering your questions.'' The tour, by the way, costs 10 lei to get in and 35 lei more to bring a camera. I brought a camera.
More getting lost and finding my way. I worked up the courage to buy a peach from a fruit stand. It takes me a few days to enjoy not knowing what I'm doing as I just try to live my life. ...
... are what we eat. Angels don't really eat, they just pretend to. On a symbolic level, we are the slaughtered animal or the distressed plant which finds itself harvested and passed through fire; we do become one with the martyr-matter which gains power through sacrifice... It would be a pity to leave right now. Rest for awhile and cool down here, in the familiar space of an urban kitchen filled with home-made books. Take your time, look around, read if you wish, and you will understand ...
... classic churches left in Bucharest we noticed a congregation of guards. October 25 is the King’s birthday and the Romanian Armed Forces’ Day. Military personnel on horses marched around Hotel Novotel. This building was built on the site of a National Theater of Bucharest that was destroyed during WWII. The main entrance to this old building was reproduced and connects to the modern glass of the Novotel. After Romanian police successfully blocked off one of ...
... pulled up for a bush camp.
We parked next to a brown swollen river and cook group 2 began preparing dinner which was to be beef casserole with pasta and potatoes thrown in. The picture of cook group 2, Graham, Andrew and Kevin, was taken in bright sunlight. Greg (our driver) demonstrated to the rest of us, how to set up our first camp fire to be used for cooking dinner on and also sitting around. We hadn't been there 15 minutes when the heavens ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility