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... to drop our cases before going in search of somewhere to have an early dinner. We'd made it through the day on a sandwich at Marseille Airport and two half sandwiches on the two flights. That's a half a sandwich per flight and in my case, one beer per flight. In Bucharest it was Easter Sunday eve and almost everything was closed down or going to close early.
What happened was perhaps one of the most fortuitous things that have ever happened ...
... thought that people might poison him so no air con was installed in the building. He also would routinely arrive on site, decide he didn't like a particular room, have it demolished and a new room installed in its place, blowing out the budget further and further. They built the main opera theatre to hold 600 punters but forgot to put in the back stage so it has never been used for that purpose.
The plan was to have all the ministries and house the entire communist ...
I promise this blog is not all about sleep-- but when travelling with a one-year old for the first time it is a major component to maintaining the joy... Again, Beckett was excellent on the flight last night. We arrived around midnight local time, got our passports stamped and picked up our bags. We headed out through the arrivals gate and found our driver, Marius, quickly. He escorted us to a tiny car "but it has a large boot!" And we proceeded ...
... actually received a tour of the inside of this building and were amazed at the quality of the details--the extensive use of marble and crystal--all from Romania. It is said that the project cost over 10 Billion US dollars--not including labor. Labor was forced by the government. It went like this--"Comrade, you will leave your factory job making lamps tomorrow and will join the workforce at the palace You will receive ...
... to know about life I learned from Zorba the Greek” I started laughing. “No. I’m serious,” he said, “ And women too!! Everything you need to know about women is contained in Zorba the Greek!” I got to my station and said goodbye to him. Johnny was his name.
At night, I watched French television, where there were too many travel temptations. A documentary about the coast of Latvia and an island half Russian ...