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... modern. Check in was easy and the security line was very fast. We head to Heathrow and thank goodness our arrival terminal is the same as our departure to the USA.
I spoke too soon. Yes we were all in one terminal, however, between immigration, security, running full speed and a tram we barely made it to our connection. The irony is we were "fast tracked" and bypassed 75% of the crowd. Word to the wise, plan to have no less than a 3 hour layover ...
... as well.
And so began a weekend full of eating! I had planned to go to Milan to eat, but the Romanian eating spree I embarked on was a surprise. The food was so much cheaper than the rest of Europe, and hot food was so readily available that it seemed crazy to eat as conservatively as I had been in most of the other cities I visited. Why eat only a meal and a half a day when three meals in Romania cost the same as one in Switzerland?
We finished out ...
... Bucharest ia a beautiful palce, it is so old styled. The Gold Coast is mostly high-rises and modern homes but Bucharest is the complete different, it is so medieval and nothing is vandalised.
I have never stayed in anything like Hotel Cismigiu. (It sounds weird pronouncing it back the front but because it is a different language words are jumbled around) The hotel has that old look to it but it is a fairly new building.
My hotel room looks ...
... s OK as she's a clean ship and that's one of the most important things to us. We have had a couple meals so far and the food is very good. Our first day and evening is spent cruising towards the Danube Delta to a city named St Gheorghe, where the river meets the Black Sea. We have already had a chance to meet some really nice people on board; some from the States and some Canadians. The ship is missing some liveliness though and ...
... helpful. It appears this country has a quality of life that is not contingent on standard of living. And so we have arrived in Bucharest - the "Paris of the East" I'm told. There is laundry to be done and showers to be had - I suspect we'll do our exploring tomorrow. I'm hoping to go for a run but so far I haven't seen any suitable running paths. And so tomorrow we "rest"...and I'll report back if I find anything interesting ;-) ...