Arc De Triomphe By Residence Hotels
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... with Viking.
We met in the lounge following our dinner for the game night: "Liar's Club". Five crew members sat in the front of the lounge while Mario showed a word on the two video screens. Sheila and I were lucky to join the team which included Bob and Beth, from Fairfield CA, Howard and Holly, Aida and Steve and three others. Bob is a doctor, and he knew many of the words so we ...
... will be a lifelong friend. It’s funny when you meet someone while working at McDonald’s. I had no idea how sophisticated Sorina was, or that she knew what a Louis XVI chair was, or that she could understand three languages perfectly, and she didn't know how passionate I am about travelling. And I'm sure that all those people we gave cups of coffee and cheery McSmiles really had no idea what we were capable of! I'm embarrassed to say that I briefly bought into ...
... had, in fact, completed this mission and taken a picture; unfortunately we never showed it to Marius and perhaps he didn't really care. He was a theatrical sort of guy. He finished showing us our rooms and led us back to the main common room, pointing at a sex club card which had been left on a small table. “I just want you to know that we are not in any way affiliated with this sex stuff.” And you know what? I believed him.
We began walking around Bucharest that night ...
... out. What the hell even at the top of a remote, isolated mountain there are dogs. At least I was not on bike so they were nice. I guess they could have been with the only guy working at the site even though he was a few meters back downhill.
The views were amazing and the castle must have killed the people who built it - oh wait it did! At the bottom of the hill is a camp grounds and it must be a crazy place to camp.
... Brasov and Bucharest.
I stopped long enough in Bucharest to have lunch, so it counts, Andrea!
Romania and France have apparently long had some association with each other. I have read that Bucharest is sometimes called Paris East, or once was, probably before the Soviet occupation. Perhaps that accounts for its train station being called Gara de Nord!