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... that before. to finish the day I tracked to the top of a mountain and the view was spectacular. All of this effort is worth the reward of the landscape.
Today was finished off at Beca's Kitchen. They serve mouthwatering, traditional, homemade Romanian food. I had a massive dinner for minimal price and to finish it off I with a dessert that was to die for. ...
... but it has been burned and rebuilt over the years so what we see now is not old. Inside are fresco’s common in Orthodox Churches elsewhere. The vast majority of Romanians are Orthodox.
The Caravan Sari and then on to the Vlad the Impaler
We took a quick look through the gate of Hanul Hanuc, a real caravan sarai from 1808, before stopping at an archaeological dig fronted by a bust of Vlad Tepes ...
... serif; font-size: 11px; line-height: 14px; text-align: left; ">In mid-July, EducationUSA Romania and the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission invited their U.S.–bound Romanian independent students and Fulbright grantees to the Pre-Departure Orientation, a full-day event meant to facilitate students’ academic and cultural adjustment in the U.S.
... to exploit what they have in the name of tourism! The minister of tourism should be sacked! There are no apparent tourist offices. No sight seeing tours around the city - the best that can offer is a 4 hour walking tour! Also, most of the signs are in Romanian! No English, French or German translation!
The infrastructure is poor. There are potential risks everywhere with open man hole covers, holes in pavements and other ...
... taxis here.
My first afternoon was spent wandering around the city looking for something to eat. I didn't do enough research on Bucharest and I ended up in a rather unimpressive area which didn't have much to offer. I kept walking and walking until I finally found somewhere to eat and by 7pm I couldn't keep my eyes open. That's not surprising as I'd woken up in Varna really early that morning. It had been a long day. The next morning I had a mundane little chore that ...