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... I was deprived of frolicking in the snow while listening to Christmas music BEFORE Christmas, I was overjoyed to hear it! I followed it and found myself surrounded by snow covered trees, benches, EVERYTHING! There was even two dogs jumping around and having a good time in the snow. I took way more photos than any one person could need and once I got my fill, I made my way back on track to the museum. I continued to get distracted by all the snow and the ...
Friday July 11 2014
*We join a guided walk around the main areas of central Bucharest. It is a city of different
architectural styles reflecting the different regimes that it has experienced over the years.
*After gaining independence from the Ottoman empire in 1878, the capital city went through a period of emulating western styles and in particular Parisian design. Hence the ...
... train station, the hostel, a couple of restaurants and a karaoke bar (Saturday night!).
Romania is, however, incredibly cheap.!! We stayed in a hostel for 7 euro a night, drank good cocktails for less than 2 pounds each and I bought some chinos, a skirt and a hairband from the Zara there for less than 20 quid!!!
We then had another 9 hour journey after this to take us to Bulgaria.
Well you know I do really love a bit of snow, I think it’s the novelty factor. So far on our trip Lebanon, France and London have all thrown us a bit of a snow shower, much to our (my) amusement, but Bucharest you take the snow ball......you have totally outdone yourself……I mean really, the coldest winter since 1954 and snow up to our eyeballs, all just ...
... for the faint hearted too, you definitely need to be on guard while walking around, both to dog poo and pick pockets and stray dogs and what not, at the same time though, I guess it's in these cities where you meet/see/experience things that are truly different. And despite the grittyness, the city itself is not actually that bad, there are actually some areas which are very nice actually and wandering around the old town gives a bitter ...