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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... against the state. The coup was more famous to me due to the amazing video footage of his last speech and the broadcast of the execution. The possible 'straw that broke the camel's back' was a rather large straw. It was the construction of the second largest building in the world on a site formerly occupied with a large area of the city. At a cost of millions, using gold and marble the building was 70% complete at the time of ...
... feel a little concerned. It was nearly 10 past as we decided to make a run for the Main Street and hopefully find a taxi there. As we got to the corner, we turned around to see a rusted out little red hatchback pull up in front of our hostel. Next thing, the window came down, his arm came out and a yellow taxi light was placed on the roof...the little rusted out hatchback had transformed into a taxi! We ran back, ...
... 8217;s Inn, one of only two surviving caravanserais in Europe, recently restored as a major restaurant and beer garden, with tables in the large courtyard. The massive shingled roof is currently undergoing repair, with two workers on the roof hammering away at a new, blond wood section of the roof. We see a statue of the famous Vlad, who is still a hero here, as he mostly only impaled bad *******s, and was no worse that a lot of other European leaders at that ...
... me. The train was I think the same train the goes from Frankston to Stony Point, that old rattling piece of **** and with all the windows down it still felt like 40 degrees. There were a couple more stops along the way, not at stations mind you but in the middle of nowhere, probably just to let this cold war relic cool down like the way computers use to overheat back in the day. The worst was when we stopped next to a massive tip. We ...
... looking chicken salad. “And for that I’m thankful.” Soon after we were in a car back towards the airport for stage two in our adventure: Moldova!
-Beautiful women everywhere
-The people are proud of their heritage
-Lots to see
-Lots of grand buildings
-Safer than you think
-Quite a lot of drab, communist style buildings
-The sights are a bit spread ...