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... monuments is the Rebirth Memorial, a memorial of those who died in 1989. A large white obelisk with a donut shaped black object near the top. Bit random. And is supposedly one of the most photographed things in Bucharest. (Shows how many sights there are here!!) There didn't seem much in the way of a brunch place. Nor anywhere to eat at all really. Until we spotted a Paul. That typical Romanian place....! (I.e the French patisserie). I enjoyed ...
... an Australian. What was more puzzling was that he seemed slightly stoned.
“G'day, I'm Michael, yeah come in, make yourself at home I guess, drop your bags and ****.”
We sat and waited for him to show us to our rooms.
“Oh no I don't run this place, Marius has just run off to get an ice cream or some ****, just have to wait for him to get back.”
He wasn't the hostel owner. What a relief. We sat on some colourful rugs while ...
... life, undergraduate research and the value of study abroad. So yours truly will get to star in a few films (I don't know if I should be happy or terrified). Overall, so far I am really happy about coming here and am looking forward to the coming weeks.
Go here to read about the FEAC on your own
http://www.fulbright.ro/educational-adv ising-center.html or hear to learn more about EducationUSA http://www.educationusa.info/
... his rate was about the same as taking the bus from that particular area, and when we asked taxi's later from that same area, he was less than half the price of every other taxi. We made it to our hostel and had the rest of the afternoon to get train tickets for tomorrow, walk the amazing historical part of Burcharest's city centre, see the second largest building in the world (in surface area, the Palace of Parliament) and eat some of the ...
Leaving Israel was even more fun than entering. Heeding all warnings I had heard from the few people I know that have been here, I did something very unusual for myself and showed up at the airport a full two hours and forty-five minutes before my scheduled departure. Sometimes I kind of like to think that I'm like George Clooney’s character in the movie Up In The Air; the kind of person who knows all about breezing through check-in and security and waste ...