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... to leave the bus and all we are told is we are waiting for authorization to move on. We finally get to move and we are taken to the xray warehouse. We all get off the bus and are asked to collect our bags. We then cue to have all of the bags searched at a table in front of the xray machine. Two guards stand socializing with our driver while two others search everyone's stuff. Satisfied we are not trying to export anything (into another EU country???), we ...
... before my flight headed off at 3.30pm to Bucharest! I had some annoying non-normal-plane-travellers behind me, taking photos every 5 minutes with an annoying clicking noise of their phone in my ear for most of the flight. As well as kicking and pulling on my chair. What is the matter with people. We landed early at 8.30pm local time - I've lost 2 hours! I was surprised at how modern the airport was ...
Our tour of the Palace of the Parliament is at 1145. We take the city bus down and, having already booked from the hotel, we present ourselves at the desk in the curiously insignificant entrance. We're given a small piece of paper to hand in at the tourist shop opposite where capitalist business is carried out. Our passports are then taken from us to be kept as hostages until we're off the premises! Is this a cunning ploy to give us a proper sense of its communist ...
... Bucharest......18 hours later, we arrive (with our luggage :-) Roxanne has found a nice little "boutique", family run, hotel close to the airport. We are smack dab in the middle of a neighborhood and get our first taste of the Romanian lifestyle. It's a lovely summer evening and we opt to eat dinner outside on the hotels large patio. There is no menu, whatever they cook that day is what you get. Can't complain, its all included in one ...
... it survived right where it is now. The Palatul Patriarhiel is the church and I believe the residence to the Orthodox Bishop for this area, maybe even all of Romania. Romanians are clearly proud of this church and they should be. It’s really beautiful. The Parliament building was my least favorite but it is a historic place. Budapest has 'em beat on Parliament building design. It was about 80% complete when ...