Elite CitySuites

Address: 7 Mihai Bravu Street, Bucharest, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Little Detroit or Little Paris?

A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on Oct 12, 2014

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... on the street where I would say there were between 10,000-20,000 protesters chanting and singing. My first thought was this could be a soccer crowd but then I heard a lot of shouting and flag waiving so I knew it was a protest. What they were protesting was beyond me, but I was not going to get up from my table and get clubbed on the head, just for asking questions. As I watched the protesters ramble on I took it all in while drinking some good ...

Bus to Bucharest

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Jul 24, 2013

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... asleep. When we get to the border to leave Moldova they actually make us get off the bus and bring our bags inside to run them through an exray machine. We then drive to the Romanian border and they come on board to take the passports. They are finally returned and we are back on the road. Along the way the bus stops for a food break, but I had forgotten to exchange money at the bus station back in Moldova. So I snack on my cookies ...

Shit Night

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Dec 06, 2012


... past the women's toilet and place a candle on the seat. My efforts were fruitless... Every time I came back, the candle was gone. The guys we were with found it hilarious... I still haven't used my right hand. Despite 'the incident' we had a great night and when I finally managed to force Adam into the tiny elevator at the hotel it was coming on 5am. I think the laziness will really be setting in ...

Day 6 - Travelling to Bucharest

A travel blog entry by bedford10 on Sep 04, 2012

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... train in time helped by a group of skaters from Bucharest who were on their way back from a competition in Varna. On the train we had to show our passports as we were crossing the Bulgarian-Romanian boarder.

Our journey included a pretty spectacular view when we crossed the Danube River, which marks the border, and after a couple hours we were in Bucharest. To get to our hostel we had ...


A travel blog entry by scatabout on Jul 09, 2012

... for each member of the family whether they can afford it or not. The children must learn English as a first language and must go to school. There are a lot of Romanian Gypsies here and they are trying to integrate with the people and can now go to high school and so many places have to be kept in the universities for them. They have built some huge restaurants but they still have a bad name as far ...