Dalin Center Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as we had to go to the safety drill with our life jackets on and going to our location on the top deck. We had a great dinner and Sheila and I met Steve and Aida in the dinning room. In exchanging the who what and where, we mentioned that we had been in Boston to visit Sheila's sister and brother-in-law. We mentioned that we went to Needham Mass to the North Hill complex, Steve looked ...
... animals in the Black Sea, for instance – something completely foreign to me. I asked Sorina to show me what sorts of fish she ate, and found a model of a “common dolphin” which was dark gray and had a yellow stripe down the side – in short, nothing like the common dolphin of the United States. We admired the Romanian hamster and wild boars and all the preserved butterflies, then headed back home to order a pizza and meet Ruxi.
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... time the film had finished it was about 11 and so I went to bed. Quite comfy though a little small but cool nonetheless. And I slept. Until 10 this morning. I got woken up twice about midnight by the border guards who do checks on you. But that was alright! This morning they even brought round breakfast bags with ice tea, orange juice and biscuits. (am I accidentally in first class?) So I'm now sat in the cabin looking out over the mountains of ...
... for a swim and jacuzzi. Jerry has discovered European coffee may not be to his liking. He may have to switch to tea. So, after going to bed at 5:30 local time, I am now up, feeling much better. However it is only about midnight so I'm hoping if I sit up for a bit I can go back to sleep. Jerry is sawing logs as I write this, the lucky stiff. Tomorrow we are off to ...
... br> In the morning we took a taxi to the tourist information center – not as easy as you might think - we made some headway when I drew the little i symbol for the driver to know where to take us. Bucharest is not at all touristy – the Information center is in an underground pedestrian passageway for one of the large intersections. After getting some maps and advice on lunch, the ladies were keen on getting coffee so I ...