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Over the past century, women have come way in regards to equality. Ever since Women's Suffrage (which, by the way, may be the worst name ever for women's equality), in many elements women have actually been placed on an equal opportunity with their male counterparts. Throughout the force of the 20th Century, ladies largely spent their time having the tendency to the home. However, as a society we have actually given that left those antiquated times, and women presently consist ...
... Our tour took us along the front, out to the grand ballroom, up on to the roof terrace and then down in to the basement. And still we barely scratched the surface.
After our brief taste of this strange and enticing city, we head next in to the beautiful and enchanted countryside of Romania and hope to learn more about one of the of famous and infamous lords of this country… Vlad Tepes. But for now, good night out there….. whatever you are….
... or he would learn English. unsurprising neither happened, but another example of how friendly and welcoming Romanians are. I couldn't understand him, but he wasn't going to stop trying! Monday evening brought the next instalment of #TigersOnTour, Steaua Bucharest, who led the league by 6 points, against an inform Brasov side , but still in the relegation zone. due to trouble in a previous match, the stands behind each goal were closed, so we sat in the fairly well ...
... back to the hotel. Cismigiu is a public park in the center of Bucharest. At 17 hectares is feels like you are away from the traffic and noise of the city, but never that far. To me, it felt like a mix between Riverside Park and Central Park in NYC. There is a lake in the middle, where folks can rent row boats, but it also consists to two long straight paths you can walk down. It was lovely.
Upon exiting at the other end of the park I still had to walk a ...
... who had just been bungee-jumping the day before with some instructors they met on a train. I also met a woman from Romania who was intensely interested in the fact that I was from Minnesota for some reason, and some Chileans Louis said had "the ugliest Spanish I've ever heard." The night ended far too quickly, and as I fell into my bed, I judged the night a success.
I woke up the morning of my birthday with a glorious hangover. It would have been sad if I didn't remember ...