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Is it possible to get a taxi from bucharest to Ruse and how much aproximately should it cost?
I dont think you need to take a taxi from bucharest to ruse!
you have several daily mini buss that make this rute and it's not
expensiv around 10 euro one way, it's take 1.45 hours.
you can have a look for schedule:
taxi tarif in bucharest are 1.7-2 lei depend the company you can see
some price in this web:
from bucharest city to ruse it's 83 k"m so you pay 1.7-2 * 83 k"m
it's 141-166 lei, but because it's intercity ride you
pay duble because the dricer will back emty so the price
is 282-332 lei in euro 70-82 euro.
this is not the end this ride pass international border so
you have to know if the taxi driver have to pay or not
and if he will charge from you to pay the border passing.
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A nice old villa in the close vicinity to the Residence Hotel in District 1 (just off the Triumph Arch). Made me think of Italy or France :-)
Bucharest is full of contrast, such old villas may be standing close to the ugly communist era apartment blocks...
Particular traffic system
Drivers have assumed right of way on both road and pavement and routinely park right across the latter, forcing pedestrians into the street where they will then be hooted at by passing cars.
Bucharest suffers from a surfeit of cars in a city designed for few. Parking is practically non-existent and drivers stop almost anywhere they spot a space, regardless of pedestrian access. Driving is often characterised by relentless hooting, aggression, gesticulating and hazardous moves.
A great bookstore (foreign language stock, too!)
If you have any interest in books, I'd urge you to visit a Humanitas bookstore. (They also run a publishing house.) There are two (that I know of) on Calea Victoriei (one on either side of the Piata Revolutiei). Neither is large; however, both carry a wonderful selection of books--from schoolbooks to fiction to 'coffee-table' books. Though most of their stock is in Romanian, some of it is translated. You just need to look a little, or ask. I found a truly beautiful book--in English--on the wooden homes of Maramures as well as other things, such as translations of major Romanian writers. But just wander; I'll bet you find something that you like!
Calea Victoriei 120; Tel. 659.44.30; Hours: Mon-Sat 10-19
Calea Victoriei 45; Tel/Fax 313.50.35; Hours: Mon-Sat 10-19 (This location is home to a gallery as well: Galeriile 'Kretzulescu.' Neither store is easily seen from the street; for this one, you walk into a driveway/alley which opens into a courtyard. Once in the courtyard, you will have no trouble finding your destination.)
Best LA Salsa Scene around
If two years ago there were only one or two places one could dance salsa, the scene has drastically changed now.
The best club around is now Salsa 4 You, where one can also attend classes and occasional workshops (the Vasquez brothers, Melinda, Ismael Oter or Manuel Mascarell have been around lately:) ). The salsa community here also loves costume parties (check the "back to school" pictures).
The doors are opened every day of the week, with an entrance fee of 10 lei (~2,5 euros) on Fridays and Saturdays - it gets very crowded. A mojito is 15 lei (~ 4 euros). Wednesday is also a very popular evening.
www.salsafactory.com - the site of the dance school that holds its classes there You know the dress code :)
The metro is the most efficient way to get around Bucharest. \It consits 4 lines and 45 stations and there are a lot of developing works.
Its can be crowded in the mornings and in the afternoon hours when people come back from work but in most of the day it is pretty empty. Some station are old and dirty but the new once are very beautiful and modern. The trains are also can be devided to the old once which are ugly outside but inside they are ok and to the new once which are made in sweden and look great.
The best thing about it that its very, but very cheap... 2 trips cost 16000 lei (0.5 dollar), 10 trips cost 50000 lei, 1 day cost about 20000 lei, and all month cost just 160000 lei!!!
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