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... we've been talking about him for the last 20 minutes" anyway, back to the game and it came to life on the hour mark, steaua awarded a penalty which was poorly taken and easily saved by the visiting keeper. they did manage to double there lead with a well worked goal shortly after. then came the 1st red card of the tour, shortly followed by the loudest cheer! anyone would have thought they'd scored again! we were both unsure what it had been given for, we later ...
... doors were locked, so I walked around to the side. The door was open, and there was a man sitting on a folding chair watching television. He stopped me and said it would cost 10 lei. Seemed totally worth it to me, so I shelled out the cash. Then I was instructed to wait. He went into the building and returned with an elderly gentleman who proceeded to ask me to follow him. Seemed perfectly safe to me to follow this old man into a deserted building. It was, and ...
... construction projects) while equally questioning of the new system they were entering (such as commercialism and the caricatured way the Western media treated Eastern Europe and Romania in particular.) I left informed and desperate to know more - now I really can't wait to see Ukraine and Russia!
I then completed the same hour-long walk as the day before to find the next museum, which was really something. It depicted the life of the Romanian Peasant from the 15th century ...