Arc De Triomphe By Residence Hotels
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... above. The clothes fit, they were reasonably priced, and I felt like a new woman walking out of there. I had the saleswoman cut off the tags to my new top, leggings, and shoes, changed into my new clothes, and proudly walked out of the store. We were still getting stares, but the stares were probably a result of people wondering why on earth anyone would travel to Bucharest at the beginning of March!
And that was a question we got asked a lot ...
... of primitive crosses and icons and plenty of bored attendants sitting with their mobile phones. A curious sense of disorganised randomness pervades the exhibition which, for Guy, reinforces the primitive nature of its exhibits. Hilli, however, loves the 'craftiness' aspects of the pottery and needlework. Over-analytical Guy is convinced that it's just a former-communist display aimed at convincing people that their collectivisation policies were justified! Sadly a lack ...
... This is all pretty detailed because after my movie, I went to sleep for two hrs, and am now WIDE AWAKE! Most of the passengers on board are foreign, so they are VERY quiet. (sadly, unlike most of American passengers). Everyone is either sleep or whispering quietly. So,....this is the beginning of another BIG ADVENTURE! The excitement really set in once I arrived at the airporto. My plans (if time allows) are to visit Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia, and ...
... of the bus and the recorded voice tell you (in English as well as Romanian) where to get off. Unremarkable I’ll admit, but you never know quite how the stereotypes and preconceptions (which in Romania’s case might be “shoddy”, “grotty”, “awkward” and “inefficient”) are going to stand up.
Another stereotype of Romania is that its capital is, how can I put this politely?, a ...
... alarm for 5.30pm, as we want to do the 6pm free walking tour of the town, which has been HIGHLY recommended on Trip Advisor. We could do it tomorrow night, but we want to do it first, then spend tomorrow seeing what we’ve missed.
Set off in the blazing heat, which is made worse because we’ve just come from an Australian winter to 32 degrees. We find the enormous fountain along Bulevardul Unirii in front of the Palace of Parliament, but ...