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... our hands and there's a real danger of speeches before Guy manages to usher Hilli from the room to tumultuous applause from the assembled company. Anyone interested in knowing exactly who Michael is and what he has achieved (which is truly staggering) can look him up on ridinghalfwayhome.com. Back at Hotel Korona we hear some exciting news from Lottie...there is a possibility that we can all perhaps meet up in Bucharest before she returns to Kabul next week. We'll know in the ...
... for walking. After the parks, there were a lot of Embassies: several with barbed wire on the top of the high fences. Didn't see Australia's Embassy though. Got to Piata Arcul de Triumf and the Arcul was being repaired or cleaned. It was covered over - but the cover was painted with what the Arc actually looks like. We've seen a lot of places in Europe like that - rather clever isn't it?
We took a right turn here ...
... 6 times!!! There are about 5 of us from our group standing underneath the clocktower armed with cameras and looking a bit perplexed. Where's the magic? Oh George, you're a funny one.
We all had dinner at Vlad's birth house. Very touristy but we didn't mind and some of the team ordered Dracula's Kiss cocktails and Dracula's meatballs. All very tasty and delicious and we headed to our 16th C hotel to dream of medieval times and vampires.
... over by the Puritans only to be discovered years later, followed by years of painstaking restoration. He is quite proud, however, that is particular church was voted the best of 80 similar ones across Europe. Afterwards, we decide to take a different route down-- and pass through the adjoining cemetery that has a gorgeous path running down the middle. It is steep, green and serene-- I love cemeteries. That is until Beckett decides to have an utter meltdown half way ...
... by fancy hotels, cafes and souvinir shops, all beautifully restored 16th century buildings. Bored shopkeepers gossiped in doorways. Otherwise, I had the place to myself. I guess tourists don't like to explore in wind and rain. Perfect.
I found brief refuge from the storm in a steep covered wooden staircase built in 1642 for the schoolchildren to get up the hill easily to school. At the bottom sat a squinty old gypsy woman, flowers in one hand and the other held out ...