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... Her English was just as good as Sorina’s and Ruxi’s. I liked her a lot. Julien was quieter, but equally nice, and was very non-obnoxious about being a man, which was important because it was Galentine’s Day and therefore a girl’s night.
The club had no cover charge, and was a little different from American clubs. You got your hand stamped when you entered, but I didn't see anyone get their ID checked, then there was a coat check, free ...
After getting back late from Brasov, we went to a few bars after checking into our hotel, we went out for a few drinks. The narrow old town streets of Bucharest are bustling with bars and it was a great experience going to a few.
Went to a few nice places, the Marble Parliament building was impressive as was the Russian church but the princes palace was very much still in excavation.
Wish we had more time ...
... the normal rate is 140 and we should not have been told it was 120. Then he said the price is for just one person's breakfast. Then he said 5 Lei extra for more than one cup of coffee. He wasn't going to relent and we didn't want to hear his lame reasoning. We paid him his 120 and said 'that’s it.’ It is not a lot of money but out of principle we refused to pay more than that. That did cut our lingering short.
... as a potatoe on a stick by locals (a justifiable description I must admit).
Romania, like Australia, also uses plastic money. Apparently this was introduced in the early 90s as a foreign advisor told the politicians in power at the time that they should be using more plastic money (ie credit cards) to help the economy, however they took this advice literally and they now, uh, have money that is made from plastic. oops.
Despite the constant satire and ...