Elite CitySuites

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

Day 3, Bromptoning in Bucharest and onto Brasov

A travel blog entry by timheading

15

... t really understand English. The young all seem to speak English and seems quite surprised if you ask, their attitude seems to be ' of course we speak English, we're Romanian !' I spent some time in the area around the station which wiki traveller say is a bit of a dodgy area, I'd say it has a down to earth character with kids playing football in the streets with a backdrop of 'distressed' buildings some of which must have been ...

Old Town Old

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

12

... WHAAAAAT! That's right. Free MF'in WIFI all across the old town land, and at each and every Mc Donalds and Pizza Hut.

Further on,pop music booms from each locale while scantily clad young misses flirt and smoke. The bars sit among buildings still in ruin, which gives the place a post-war flair. I feel for Romania, having suffered the tug-of-war games of surrounding countries. They are finally, finally coming into their own and I'm more than happy to help them do so. ...

Bucharest with violins and pastries

A travel blog entry by sujata.dey

1

... reconstructed almost a century after he died, according to scholars.

The next morning was the train to Turkey so I visited the Piata Gara de Nord, or market to get some supplies for the ride. I wanted to further explore the Gara de Nord. It was the place where only beggars, Gypsies, and stray dogs go, so even more reason to want to go there. The piata is a market that sells cheese, meat, bread, snacks, wine, beer, fruits and vegetables. I ...

Bucharest

A travel blog entry by scatabout

... 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 ...

Touring Romania.

A travel blog entry by jimfavor1

... From there we went to a very nice restaurant for lunch. Several other busloads of Amacello passengers were there ahead of us. Our group took up about one quarter of the table space. We were served local dishes and the food was very good. They gave us wine with the meal which probably helped keep us mellow. They also had classical musicians entertain us. One man played violin with piano accompaniment. One lady sang with ...

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