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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... boulevards, familiar roof lines and some art deco buildings.
* Then during World War 2 the city was bombed by both the Allies and the Germans (that’s what happens when you change sides ).
*Romania became a Communist state in 1947. Unsurprisingly much of its post war architecture is bland & austere. Today Romania is still a poor country ( average salary is around 400 euros a month ) and so even ...
... Simone showed photos of the buildings being moved on rails.
The Old Town
Bucharest Old town is a quaint and small quarter of sidewalk cafes, bars, restaurants and old historic buildings, many in a state of renovation.
One interesting stretch of buildings is nothing but decrepit shells. Simone’s story on these is that their ownership was disputed after the 1989 revolution and the ...
... and got cooking a delicious meal whilst he played us his DJ sets, showed us his medals and told us not to take drugs!
After lunch he oiled and fixed all of our bikes and then cycled with us all the way to Bucharest showing us all the short-cuts and cycle paths along the way! what a great guy...we took his address and email and will send him (and his adorably cute kitten) a postcard from ...
... out of where the cab driver dropped me off, and now all I wanted to do was dump my bag at my hostel and shower.
I have heard too much negative things about Bucharest - there was nothing to see apart from Communist era concrete, and secondly is the city was full of gypsy waiting for chance to rob your money, but I found no problem at all.
There were plenty to see in this city and on the way from ...