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LAST WEEK I WAS IN SINAIA WITH MY HUSBANT =VERY NICE PLACE !UNFORTUNATELLY ON SUNDAY NIGHT WE WENT TO IRISH PUB =BIG MISTAKE !IF U DONT DRINK WHAT THEY GIVE U, =NOT WHAT U ORDERED,U ASSUME A BIG RISK =THEY ULL TREAT U MISERABILE AND ALSO U RISK TO SPEND THE NIGHT AT THE POLICE STATION!VERY RUDE STAFF,EXTREMELY UNPOLITE PEOPLE!ILL NEVER GO AGAIN AND I STROGLY RECOMMEND TO NOT VISIT THIS PLACE IF U DONT WANT TO SPOILED URE VACANTION!BIG SHAME FOR THE PRICE THEY APPLY AND WHAT U GET BACK
SORRY FOR MY EVENTULY GRAMATICAL MISTAKE BUT I CANT KEEP MY SELF TO NOT LET OTHER STRANGERS VISITORS TO KNEW ABT THAT ESPECIALLY CUS MY HUSBANT ISNT ROMANIAN AND POOR MAN TILL NOW DIDNT UNDERSTAID WHY THAT WOMEN WAS SCREAMING TO ME AND THE BODYGUAR WATCHING US AS A THEIFS
Written Nov 2, 2006
this street has a bunch of clubs and bars. They do not shut down until 4:30am or so. People tend to eat right after partying instead of rushing home in that freezing cold. The clubs also play dance music with middle eastern/arabic influence, and Romanian girls seem to know all the belly dancing moves just like what I'm used to from Turkey.
Updated Apr 1, 2003
Sinaia Casino was built on the orders of King Carol I. The architect was Petre Antonescu. Construction work started in 1912. A year later the composer George Enescu attended its grand opening.
The main investor in the casino was Baron of Marcay, who was also a key shareholder in the Monte Carlo Casino. Players at the casino were delivered by special trains from all parts of Europe.
It was renovated in 1975 and since then it has been a venue for international conferences and banquets. Inside it is a well-equipped conference centre.
Written Dec 31, 2008
A lovely little casino where it seems friends meet and you make new ones. I found it rater interesting and was able to play for 4 hours with only 10 lei.
Dress Code: smart casual
Updated Jan 31, 2007
1 Review and 32 Opinions The Villa is central but located in a quiet street, away from the chaos on the main streets of...