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We finish up in a nice cafe where HIli ******ets her latest European square and Lottie and Guy start a 'triad-of-triads' cardfest. Beer, lemonade, cheesecake and nuts fit the bill for lunch. We rest, swim and gym before dining out at a very pleasant Greek restaurant in the old town where we also indulge in some self-tuition bridge... 'Lottie is annoyingly good' ...
... Then a lady appeared who was Spanish and let us in. We asked to store our bags as check in wasn't until 2, but she took us to a room which was a dorm, we booked for a double room but we couldn't be bothered trying to explain, she then returned a minute later realising she had put us in the wrong room and took us to a double room, had a private bathroom and was great (the double room we booked was with a shared bathroom, thought it was quiet ...
... unless you paid ) but I sneaked a few.
It was never used as the Presidential palace as it was only finished in 1994. Now it is a white elephant as much of it is not used although is hired out when possible( less than 5% of the time) Nadia had her wedding in the ballroom!!!!
Many other buildings are equally impressive - The House of the Free Press, Roman Athenaeum, Art Museum, National Military Center, The Arch of Triumph etc. And the B- dul ...
Paula Abdul's Opposites Attract plays on Romanian MTV in this Bucharest apartment. I'm lounging on the same Ikea couch I have in SF, still recovering from the plane trip. I always forget how intense jet lag can be and am still groggy from my nap. Is it a nap if it's 4 hours long?
I was met at the airport by Stelian, Romania's Ray Romano, who drove me through town to a block of a gray building ringed in Coca Cola ads. The front door is tucked behind a ...
... few minutes of being in a city you don’t know).
7) Public transit is safer than taxis. The more the merrier. You won’t get ripped off, and you will always be protected by the crowd whereas in a cab, you are at the mercy of the
driver. Better yet walk, but pay attention to who is on the street. Stay on streets where there are women, more importantly, old women ...