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Congres FIJET

 

53rd World Congress FIJET 

September 17 – 25 / 2011

Congress Theme:  World Cultural Heritage in Travel Press

(explore the Carpathian garden)

 

Day 1: September 17 - Saturday

 

Grand in every way, the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel surrounds you with elegance befitting the chosen hotel of European royalty and international dignitaries. Prestigiouslyalt located next to the stunning Parliament Palace, the JW Marriott Bucharest hotel is its own "city within a city" complete with shopping gallery and casino, state-of-the-art fitness club, World Class Health Academy and 6 of Bucharest's finest restaurants including an American sports bar. Accommodations and suites, the largest in Bucharest, offer round-the-clock butler service and feature exquisite bedding: down comforters, cotton-rich linens and plush pillows. The event staff will plan your perfect business or social gathering in our magnificent Grand Ballroom or another elegant room, complemented by fine catering. If you prefer, we will plan a spectacular event in the historic Parliament Palace, the world's second largest building. The JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel: Savor the glamorous style of the best of Eastern Europe.

 

Day 2: September 18 - Sunday

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Cotroceni Palace (the official residence of the president, hence the tight security) was built by Carol I in the late 19th century, and became the loveless home of Ferdinand, his nephew and adopted heir, and the young Queen Marie, but has undergone many transformations since the initial designs were executed: During Ceausescu's dictatorship it was used as the "Pioneer's Palace," where young leaders were schooled in the ways of Communism, and -- after the devastating earthquake of 1977 -- restored as a guesthouse, although it never served this function. You will pass through a host of reception rooms, sleeping quarters, and private chambers, each styled to a particular theme: the German New Renaissance dining room, private dining quarters of Carol I in Florentine style; Oriental painting room used by Queen Marie and her children; the hunting room which showcases trophies hunted by King Ferdinand, as well as bearskin rugs hunted by Ceausescu. Interestingly King Ferdinand's apartments are done out in a far more dainty, feminine style than Queen Marie's, whose quarters are quite austere -- living proof of who wore the pants in this relationship.

  • 15:00  Educational sessions, lectures, workshops and meeting sessions (EC & BofD if needed)
  • 20:30  Dinner in JW Marriott Hotel Bucharest

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