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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 ...
... formed. .
A number of Bucharest's charming churches have survived earthquakes, war and communism.
Churches were destroyed under Ceaușescu. But he permitted eight to be moved out of the way of his modernization projects rather than be demolished. The ones that were moved, were lifted by their foundation and put to rails and rolled to a new locations, one just a few hundred meters from its ...
... camp this year.
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Once again I would love if you could keep my team in your thoughts and prayers!
... more than a grazed chin and a few rather sizeable bruises...my poor little bike however was a not so lucky! Jim stopped to help me fix it and in the process invited us all (all 10 of us) back to his house for lunch!!
What a sureal experience. Jim turned out to be a hero, an ex-radiologist, DJ-ing, professional cyclist who grows his own fruit and veg and keeps chickens. We helped him pick tomato ...
... places to go in Eastern Europe.
Getting to Romania from Canada was long and harsh, my first leg of the Trans-Atlantic journey was transferring at London Heathrow, waited for 4 hours before getting on another British Airways jet, and eventually I arrived in Bucharest almost the next day midnight, not too much problem getting to the hostel once into Bucharest, apart from the snow, and the place is just a good ...
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