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Imobiliarele in Romania. Casele mai scumpe sunt in top.

 

Se pare ca piata imobiliara din Romania trece prin schimbari majore anul acesta, ceea ce se traduce prin majorari de preturi considerabile, atat la apartamentele noi, cat si la proprietatile din cladirile vechi. Read more »

Be my Valentine!

Salutare prieteni!

Tema acestei luni este Valentine Day…sau ziua Sf Valentin sau ziua indragostilor, a iubirii.

O alta sarbatoare imprumutata,care a inceput sa se serbeze si la noi, dupa obiceiurile americanilor, desi Romania avea o astfel de sarbatoare, ziua de Dragobete, 24Februarie. Sau noi suntem mai cu mot si serbam de 2 ori, sac!

Este o sarbatoare menita sa aduca un moment magic cuplurilor, sa-i aduca impreuna, sa-si petreaca timpul unul cu celalalt si sa nu uite sa se iubeasca!

Am fi tentati sa spunem ca nu avem nevoie de astfel de artificii, ca putem sarbatori in fiecare zi iubirea si ca in fiecare zi e zi de sarbatoare…dar…mai uitam, si atunci, aceste zile te incarca si de energie pozitiva si te face sa mai pui totul pe “hold” si sa-i zambesti cu dragoste iubitei/iubitului.

Am mai spus-o, suntem in vremuri agitate, totul se intampla pe fast forward, totul e superficial si parca mai avem nevoie si de o imbratisare calda si de o magaiere dulce…te fac sa treci mai usor prin zi/viata, iar iubirea si prietenia ne ofera un adapost sigur si e o calauza pe termen lung, e hrana pentru creier si pentru suflet. Mai tineti minte refrenul lui Gheorghe Gheorghiu? “Dar unde dragoste nu e, nimic  nu e..”?

Daca ai iubire, esti un om fericit! Trust me!

Va doresc un Valentine’s Day plin de iubire si inimile sa va straluceasca de farmecul indragostirii si reindragostirii. Sa va faceti  timp si pentru iubire! In fiecare zi!

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Welcome 2018!! Be good!

Bine v-am regasit, dragi prieteni, in 2018!!

Un an nou, cu noi rezolutii, cu speranta si voie buna…ca sa incepem cu dreptul! :)

La multi ani pe 2018! si sa aveti un an absolut minunat!

Iata ca suntem deja in a 2a saptamana din acest an, avem un Ianuarie cu temperaturi de primavara si muuulte planuri pe tot anul.

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Foarte multi aleg in aceasta luna,  zile de relaxare si concediu in tarile calde si foarte bine fac…mai ales ca sunt oferte variate si tare apetisante pentru vacante exotice.

Inca ne urnim greut dupa sarbatori si inca melancolici, ne gasim o farama de timp pentru a ne planifica si organiza intalnirile importanta, calatoriile, zilele aniversare, onomasticile, ideile de business, planul de marketing, noi strategii de vanzari…fiecare dupa caz…

Eu zic sa ne pastram nota optimista, sa avem un an frumos, (noi sa avem grija sa-l facem frumos), dimineti cu zambet si apusuri cu oameni dragi…

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Bucurati-va de voi, de viata si de tot ce va inconjoara!

Iubiti, radeti, cititi, dansati si fiti fericiti!

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Toate cele bune, va doresc!

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All the best!

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Cea mai frumoasa luna din an

Salutare dragilor,

Cea mai frumoasa perioada din an este aici! Este Decembrie, este luna cadourilor, este cea mai asteptata perioada!

 

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Am senzatia ca este si luna in care se lucreaza cel mai putin, multe libere, ca deh, Craciun, Revelion…

Perioada aia din an cand parca mai pui frana, te mai gandesti si la tine, la ai tai. Perioada aia cand petreci mai mult timp cu familia, si timpul nu se mai rostogoleste si ai senzatia ca-ti mai trebuie inca 1an sa-ti rezolvi death line-urile.

E o luna cu pilde, as zice eu…

O luna pentru suflet si familie, pentru relaxare, voie buna, cadouri muuulte, zambetesi imbratisari, ciocolata calda la gura sobei, plimbari lungi…

O luna sa-ti tragi sufletul dupa alte 11 luni de nebunie si eventul sa-ti incarci bateriile pentru cel care bate la usa, 2018.

Personal, pentru mine, Craciunul in deosebi are o insemnatate aparte, imi evoca copilaria si inca pastrez in nari, mirosul ala de portocola(pe care o primeam doar de Craciun si era sarbatoare) si scortisoara…senzatia de familie, de casa unita, de dragoste sunt tare bine inradacinate si de-alungul vremii exacta asta am cautat sa mentin si in casa mea.

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Iubesc perioada asta, imi da o stare de bine, de speranta, de bucurie si voie buna si parca toate lucrurile negative se mai sting in fata bradului impodobit. Sa nu uitam si de colinde, care sunt parte importanta din peisaj si contribuie la acest tablou absolut minunat.

Sa fie intr-un ceas bun, cum am zice…

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Sa va fie Sarbatorile asa cum le doriti si cum le simtiti, cu ai vostri prin preajma, cu bradut impodobit frumos si cadouri fel de fel, cu copiii si animalutele de companie langa, cu casa curata si masa imbelsugata, cu ganduri bune si pline de pozitivism pentru anul ce vine repede peste noi.

Sa aveti Sarbatori frumoase si tihnite!

Merry Christmas  and A Happy New Year!

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Caldura mare, monser!

Hello, prieteni!

Caldura mare, monser! Caldura mare! Asta daca il parafrazam pe al nostru Caragiale..

Pai, ce face lumea cand temperaturile ating cote inalte si greu de digerat? Se incearca marea racorire, zic eu…cu mai multe variante , in functie de posibilitati: ori o piscina/mare, dupa caz, fuga la munte, interioare cu aer conditionat, hidratare maxima, palarioare, crema cu SPF…

Si ca veni vorba de piscine, i-a sa vedem ce optiuni avem la acest capitol. Stiti ca la Capitala, se merge la piscina si pentru vazul lumii, nu? Tre sa fii cu costumul al bun, sa ai atitudine, si palarie cu boruri largi,(asta pentru fete), iar pentru baieti, specificam patraticile lucrate de prin iarna, asa ca…:D

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Facem un top 5 al piscinelor cool din Bucuresti. Pozitiile sunt aleatorii.

1.La Plage Club & Buddha Bar

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Un Complexul dotat cu o plajă cu palmieri exotici, nisip fin, baldachine, parasolare, umbreluţe, restaurant şi club. Este situat la intrarea in Bucuresti, Otopeni si e o locatie exclusivista, asta daca va doriti ceva chill, relaxare, si fara aglomeratie.

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2. BluberryPool- Ambasad’or

Situata tot in Otopeni, poate asigura comfortul si distractia a 300 doritori, care deasemnea, cauta si deosebitul si luxury moments. Piscina, care este de fapt, un bazon semiolimpic, se compune din sezlonguri din ratan, 2 jacuzzi pentru rasfaţul suprem al invitaţilor, 4 baldachine cu draperii din damasc cat si zona VIP, cu canapele din piele si candelabre, hamacuri care dau un aer exotic imbinat cu  bauturi fine, vor defini o zi senzationala.

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3. Aqua by Pescariu Sports & SPA

Una dintre cele mai frumoasa piscine exterioare, situata langa lacul Floreasca.

Un loc, asa cum il defineste si titlu, care imbina utilul cu placutul intr-un decor exceptional. Poti alege sa faci sport, de ex. sa joci tenis, înot, aerobic, cycling, squash, fitness, fotbal si la final sa te rasfeti cu un masaj.

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4. Bamboo Pool

Situata pe malul Lacului Tei, este un loc frumos, cu verdeata, arhitectura ce-ti incanta ochii, merita sa o vizitati si sa petreceti timp pretios la o sueta.

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5. Aqua del Mar. Domeniul Saftica

Piscina “Aqua del Mar” are trei cercuri cu facilităţi diferite: primul cerc cu o adâncime de 80 cm şi o canapea în apă în care te poţi relaxa, al 2lea cerc cu o adâncime de 150 cm si cel de-al treilea cerc cu o adâncime de la 150 cm la 180 cm .

Piscina Aqua del Mar face parte din Domeniul Saftica, aflat la 10km de Bucuresti si este un complex ce se intinde pe o suprafata foarte mare si include toate facilitatile: salon pentru evenimente, spatii de cazare, parcare.

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Cam acesta ar fi topul nostru, bineinteles ca se vrea unul subiectiv, alcatuit din pura parere si nu reprezinta nicio clasament oficial.

Noi va dorim balaceala placuta!

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Bran Castle – Just a legend or…

 

Bran Castle, situated between the Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains, 30 km far from Brasov, is the only touristic point that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists because of a legend: Count Dracula’s Legend, although the historical sources state that Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler) dropped by only once, in his way to Brasov.

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Initially, the Bran Castle (in Slavic „brana” means „gate”) was a stronghold known asDietrichstein, built by the Teutonic Knights in 1212, stronghold that was conquered by the Saxons living in Transylvania towards the end of the 13th century.

The first documentary attestation dates from 1377, when Ludovic I D’Anjou gave the inhabitants of Brasov the privilege to build the citadel in the place of the old stronghold.

Then, between 1419 and 1424, it was in Sigismund’s possession.

 

At the end of the 15th century, it was subordinated to the authority of the Szeklers Committee, and since the reign of Iancu of Hunedoara, it passed under the rule of the Voivode of Transylvania.

On 1st December 1920, the Bran Castle was donated to Queen Marie of Great Romania, as a symbol of the inhabitants of Brasov’s gratitude for her contribution to the achievement of the Great Union of 1918. Right after that, the Castle came into a seven year restoration period under the guidance of the Royal Court architect, Carol Liman. He imagined the architectural ensemble as a summer residence. During the same period of time the Tea House was also built. During this restoration works, the Castle was supplied with running water from a 57 meters depth fountain dig up in a rock and lighted by a turbine electric power plant. Later, in 1932, the Bran, Simon and Moeciu villages were lighted on from this electric power plant. Then, in 1938, Queen Marie left with will the Bran Castle to Princess Ileana, who owned it until 1948.

 

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After King Mihai abdicated and the Royal House was expelled, the castle became the propriety of the state, being abandoned and devastated. Only in 1996 was it restored as a History and Medieval Art Museum. In 1987, the restoration process of the castle began and was finished in 1993. In 2006 the castle was retroceded to Dominic of Habsburg, Princess Ileana’s successor. In the winter of 2007, the new owner set it on sale. Due to the fact that the District Council of Brasov wanted to buy back the castle, the lawyers that were dealing with this transaction asked for the price of 60000 euro. After an investigation performed by a parliamentary commission, the conclusion drawn was that the retrocession of the castle to Dominic of Habsburg was not carried out obeying all the legal procedures.

In the end, Bran Castle has become officially Dominic of Habsburg’s propriety since 18th May 2009, when the lawyers of the Habsburg House and the leadership of the museum signed the proceedings that stipulate the fact that the castle belongs to Dominic. Being Queen Marie’s nephew and Princess Ileana’s son, Dominic of Habsburg acquired Bran Castle nearly after 6 decades, as his family was forced to leave the country by the Communist Regime. He was only 10 years when this happened.

 

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After the Minister of Culture and Cults has withdrawn most of the items from Bran Castle, these have been eventually replaced by furniture pieces that used to belong to the Habsburg family. The most valuable ones are The Crown, the Sceptre and a golden dagger and they all belonged to King Ferdinand. We might mention also a portrait of Princess Ileana with her signature upon it, a bed cover, several furniture items and a guest book that belonged to Queen Marie. The certain book was offered to her in 1920 by the community from Brasov and contains the impressions of all personalities from the country and abroad that had passed the threshold of the castle during nearly three decades.

According to an official of the Bran Castle administration, there will be made certain changes in the castle. A projection hall with the images of the National Film Archives about the history of the royal family and the castle will be arranged. Also, a room dedicated to the costumes of the royal families and a dining-room will be arranged. Further more, in the Round Tower of the castle a luxurious apartment will be made for the tourists that want to spend the night over Bran Castle. Also, the owners of the castle intend to restore Queen Marie’s Tea House which is situated in the enclosure of the Bran domain. It is desired that the Tea House to be a public attraction.

There is one chamber in the castle dedicated to Bram Stoker, where the legend of Vlad Tepes (known also under the name of Vlad Dracul) and the myth of Dracula are presented.

In the court of the Castle there is a village museum presenting the life of the peasants in the area, the work and customs from the Rucar – Bran area. The Bran Castle is the destination preferred by American and British tourists for Halloween.

A new tourist attraction offered by the new owners is represented by the 10410 bottles of Merlot de Dealu Mare, known under the name of “Chateau Bran” since 2007. A bottle costs 45 lei. There are also1377 bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon (a bottle of this kind costs 160 lei and it is “ennobled” with the words:” Reserve de l’Archiduc” and “Dominic” signature”. Both types of wine will be commercialized only at Bran Castle, under the name of “Chateau Bran”.

The American magazine “Forbes” has placed Bran Castle on the 2nd position among the most expensive estates in the world, being estimated at 140 million dollars.

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The writer Bram Stoker, who published in 1897, in London, the novel “Dracula, the vampire from Carpati” is the one who created the fame of the Castle associated with Dracula. Literary critics consider the book as being mediocre, but it had a great impact upon the readers, as six editions were printed before 1903. Otherwise, Stoker does not determine exactly the place of the castle in his novel, but some historians state that it was in the Bargau Area, on the mountain pass between Transylvania and Moldavia. Anyway, it is certain that, because of this novel and of the film versions of the novel, it was created an indestructible connection between Dracula, the Bran Castle and Transylvania.castel1

In fact, the legend of the bloody count called Dracula was not associated with Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler) until the 19th – 20th century. This superposition of images is due to the fact that the Romanian ruler was known as pitiless with those who did not obey him or who broke the laws, and the most frequent punishment was the impalement. Another explanation of the name, Dracula, could be represented by the fact that in 1431 Sigismund of Luxembourg invested Vlad II, Tepes’ father, with the Order of the Dragon, a chivalric order dedicated to the wars against the Turks, and whose emblem was a dragon, commonly associated with the symbol of devil. It seems that this is the reason why Vlad Tepes was called Vlad Dracula. Otherwise, the Bran Castle is not the only touristic point connected with this legend. Another place mentioned when speaking about Dracula is Snagov Monastery.

 

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Top 10 things to do in Bucharest by National Geographic

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Gawk Until You Drop at the Palace of Parliament

The world’s biggest parliamentary building (and one of the largest buildings of any kind) happens to be in Bucharest. Whether one views the gargantuan Palace of Parliament as a folly and testament to the megalomania of former dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu or a display of Romanian materials and engineering skill (arguably both), it’s a must-visit. Hour-long guided tours manage to take in just a fraction of the building’s three-million-plus square feet (there are more than a thousand rooms) and focus on the tons of marble, hardwood, and gold used in the building’s construction in the 1980s, a time when Romania was straining to feed its own people. Ceaușescu and his wife, Elena, both played a direct role in the construction. It was originally intended to house the presidential offices and the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party but was never finished.

 

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Glimpse a Piece of Old ‘Paris’

Even the city’s most ardent fans don’t quite maintain the old saw, the “Paris of the east.” That was Bucharest’s nickname in the decades before World War II, when the art nouveau palaces and architecture really were reminiscent of Paris. Decades of communist misrule and a tragic earthquake in 1977 brought much of the old city down, but there are places here and there where that former elegance can still be glimpsed. The Cișmigiu Gardens in the center of the city is a pearl of park built around a romantic lake and featuring old-growth trees and gracious, wrought-iron signposts and benches. North of the center, broad avenues like Şoseaua Kiseleff glide past old villas and acres of green to a commanding replica of the Arc de Triomphe—a genuine homage to Paris—and another elegant city park built around a lake: Herăstrău Park.

 Feast on Stuffed Cabbage Rolls and Cornmeal Porridge

Romanian food is not as well known outside the country as it deserves to be. The best dishes—based on time-tested traditional recipes and using locally sourced, often organic ingredients—are satisfying in a grandmotherly way. The unofficial national dish is sarmale, cabbage rolls stuffed with spiced minced pork and beef, but there are many similar concoctions. Main courses are often paired with mămăligă, cornmeal porridge (think polenta) topped with sour cream or grated sheep’s cheese. The cabbage rolls at Caru’ cu Bere, a traditional beerhouse in the center, are as good as the homemade variety. The cooks at Lacrimi si Sfinti have given traditional mains like veal and pork a modern makeover, spicing up old recipes with hints of citrus and coriander. One street snack worth looking out for is covrigi, a soft pretzel topped with salt or poppy seeds and served too hot to handle from the oven.

Learn Something of Romania’s Roots

Walking Bucharest’s busy boulevards, it’s easy to forget that outside the capital and a handful of large cities, Romania is a largely agrarian country, with a long and rich peasant tradition. For centuries, peasant communities—cut off from the world by impassable mountains or languishing under Turkish, Hungarian, or Austrian rule—were forced to eek out an existence with what they had. The quirky Museum of the Romanian Peasant shows off the elaborate woodworking, pottery-making, egg-painting, and weaving skills of the peasantry in a way that’s both educational and amusing. Small tongue-in-cheek signs at the entrance to each room poke fun at modern life, bring a chuckle, and draw you in. Downstairs there’s a side exhibition on the Communists’ efforts to nationalize the peasantry in the 1970s and ’80s, with some jarring busts of Lenin. At the back, there’s a big shop in which to buy authentic souvenirs to take home.

Pay Your Respects to Vlad the Impaler

Admittedly, Bucharest’s ties to Vlad Țepeș, the real-life, bloodthirsty prince who served as the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula, are tenuous. After all, Bucharest was just beginning its rise as an important city in the 15th century, when Vlad III (of Impaler fame) was defending the fledgling principality of Wallachia from Ottoman incursions. Thanks to Stoker, Dracula is more commonly associated with the region of Transylvania (though he didn’t spend much time there either, apparently). However, just 25 miles (40 kilometers) north of Bucharest, an isolated island monastery in the middle of Lake Snagov houses the prince’s purported final resting place. As with all Dracula stories, Vlad’s death and burial are shrouded in mystery. Even if it turns out he’s not buried here, lovely Snagov makes for an ideal outing. Regular minibuses make the 40-minute trip throughout the day from Piața Presei Libere, north of the center. Once in Snagov town, hire a boat for the final leg out to the monastery.

Indulge in 21st-Century Art

Romania has exploded onto the contemporary art scene in recent years. The excitement was generated initially by a group of young painters and visual artists from the northern city of Cluj-Napoca, but at least some of the action has shifted to the capital as new galleries and design centers open up. It’s hard to pinpoint precisely what constitutes Romanian contemporary art, though critics point to shared elements of wit and dark humor, a somber mood, and bits of surrealism in defining a common style. Some of the best new galleries for experiencing the excitement include the Zorzini Gallery, the H’art Gallery, and Anaid. The Galateca gallery, across from the National Museum of Art, specializes in cutting-edge design and hosts art events and happenings. Stop by the gallery’s shop, Neogalateca, to see some envelope-pushing design in glassware and home furnishings (including a fetching coat rack carved from a tree trunk).

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Find Your Garden of Eden

Part of the pleasure of strolling through the city’s dense urban fabric is discovering hidden pockets of green between the buildings and hearing the buzz of conversation beneath the trees. In recent years, outdoor cafes and drinking gardens have sprung up all around town to take advantage of Bucharest’s hot summer nights, when, frankly, no one wants to sit indoors. The Cărtureşti bookstore may have ignited the trend with its sprawling Verona Garden at the back. The OAR Garden, next door, offers more privacy and the possibility of live jazz or acoustic guitar on some evenings. Not far away, tucked behind the derelict Palatul Știrbei (Știrbei Palace), is the lush Eden Garden. Buy a bottle of rosé at the bar and find a shaded table.

Visit the City’s Hidden, Historic Churches

Romanitra is deeply Eastern Orthodox, but the real beauty of Bucharest’s ecclesiastical architecture is not found in big cathedrals. Rather, it’s the tiny churches and chapels—usually squeezed into impossibly small corners—that surprise and delight. Many date from the 17th and 18th centuries and fuse elements of Byzantine, Greek, Ottoman, and Renaissance styles. The churches share common elements that include impossibly high steeples built over tiny floor plans, elaborate frescoes, and signature details such as raised pillars and stone balustrades. The Stavropoleos Church in the Old City is an excellent example, with its rich wall paintings and finely carved doors. Other churches to look for include St. Apostles’ Church, Antim Church, and the hard-to-find-but-worth-the-effort Doamnei Church, biding time in the back lot of a Pizza Hut.

Drink and Dance Through the Old City

Bucharest’s historic core, the Old City, has gotten a much needed makeover and, these days, is anything but “old.” What was once the stomping ground of the Princely Court in the 15th century and later the center of traditional trades such as horseshoeing and metalworking has been transformed into the go-to district for bars, clubs, and cafés. Here, tiny lanes like Strada Smârdan or Strada Covaci heave with partiers moving from meals to drinks to dancing as the night wears on. For drinks, try Bicicleta, where the furnishings have been fashioned from old bicycles. For clubbing, mainstream stalwarts like La Muse and Mojo, both in the heart of the Old City, are dependable all-night DJ danceathons. Biutiful, not far away, offers high-concept industrial design with higher prices to match.

See Where Modern History Was MadeA quarter century ago, former communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife, Elena, were toppled following a dramatic, weeklong uprising across the country that cost more than a thousand lives. It was a pivotal moment in Romania’s historic transition to democracy. Some of the bloodiest fighting took place on or near today’s Piața Revoluției (Revolution Square), and on closer inspection some buildings still bear pockmarks from the bullets. At the center of the square, the spiky Memorial of Rebirth is meant to honor those who died and to symbolize the country’s rebirth. Just across the square stands the former Central Committee building of the Romanian Communist Party. From the balcony on the front of the building (still visible), Ceaușescu gave his last, ill-fated address to the nation on December 21, 1989, before fleeing from the roof in a helicopter. He and his wife were soon captured and were executed four days later.

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Different makes the difference!

Dacă vreți să ieșiți în oraș, dar v-ați plictisit de localurile pe care le frecventați, ați putea încerca unele restaurante și baruri inedite din București.

Bucureștiul are extrem de multe restaurante, baruri, cafenele, pentru toate gusturile. Dar într-un oraș în care competiția acerbă duce la falimentul multor localuri și la dispariția celor banale, neobișnuitul tinde să devină un criteriu de departajare.

La Trenulețe

La Trenulețe este un local care vă va uimi prin … servire. Aici, ospătarii nu există: nici nu vin să vă ia comanda, nici să v-o aducă la masă. Întreaga servire este asigurată de trenuleţe electrice care se deplasează printre mese şi se opresc la fiecare client. Pe fiecare masă sunt trei bileţele pe care este meniul de mâncare, răcoritoare şi băuturi. Clientul bifează comanda, apoi pune bileţelul pe un tren, trimite comanda şi în câteva minute la masa lui soseşte un tren cu un vagon încărcat cu comanda dorită.  Din Februarie 2015 ii gasiti pe Bulevardul Unirii 69. Enjoy!

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Journey Pub

După cum îi spune și numele, Journey Pub îi trimite pe clienţi în atmosfera unei vacanţe. Meniul este adus într-un geamantan, pe pereţi sunt baloane zburătoare, fotografii şi felicitări din destinaţii îndepărate. Curtea exterioară este plină de plante exotice, felinare şi hamace.

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Bicicleta

Așa cum îi spune și numele, localul Bicicleta are o tematică foarte interesantă și pe gustul tuturor: bicicletele. În consecință, scaunele sunt făcute din șei de bicicleta, mesele au pe ele coarne de bicicletă și îți poți sprijini picioarele la bar pe pedale înșirate una după alta.

 

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Restaurantul Excalibur

Dacă vrei să uiți de reguli și să mănânci cu mâna preparate gustoase, poți face acest lucru la Restaurantul Excalibur. Cu specific medieval, este singurul restaurant din București unde vei savura preparate culinare regești.

La Excalibur vei găsi fripturi suculente, plăcinte aromate și vinuri vechi servite ca pe vremea regelui Arthur, de cavaleri și domnite. Ospătarii sunt îmbrăcați în costume medievale, iar preparatele din meniu poartă nume ingenioase, în ton cu specificul restaurantului. Astfel, poți incerca Salata Excalibur, Gustarea Cavalerilor, Preferatul Regelui Arthur, Cina Sir Lancelot, Cina Regelui Arthur sau Pentru Milady cu drag.

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Restaurant FOOD & TRAVEL Concept Store by Christian Tour

Food and Travel – Greek Fish Tavern este un restaurant grecesc din Centrul Vechi, Pe lângă restaurant, Food & Travel este un concept store. Interiorul restaurantului grecesc imită design-ul unui avion. Scaunele, mesele, geamurile, toate lasă impresia că te afli într-un avion, în scurt timp ajungând la destinație.

 

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Bucharest, amazing city!

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