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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
Well,...this will be the last blog that you will get from this faraway land.
It's been an absolutely AMAZING journey, and I appreciate your going along with me.
Melissa, thank you soooo much for coming with me, and seeing Romania, and Transylvania. I just hate that you couldn't have stayed longer. Next time,...sweet friend, next time!
Thank you to my wonderful family, and dear ...
... the last day of the trip. I am sorry for the short video, I must have set the camera for video instead of snapshot. But anyhow, you get the idea.
As the buses approach Bucharest we can readily see that the city is far more charming than the last few that we have visited. For the most part the streets are wide and lined with mature trees on both sides. The buildings are well maintained and have look cared ...
... At 1am, we landed in mist-covered Kapikule, Turkey to pay for our visas to Turkey and to switch to a bus. An American and I were comparing prices, him 15 Euro, me 45. “How come so different,” he asked. “I guess they don’t like us,” I said. The Turkish man at the visa counter says in poor English, “I love Canadians!”
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... everything. Unpacked our bags and put our clothes away then down to the lounge for a meeting. Then dinner and it wont take too long to get used to this kind of food and it is only our first meal on board – it is amazing and just like a gourmet restaurant. After 4 weeks of this I think we will have to employ a chef and a maid when we get home – I will have forgotten how to cook or do housework by ...
After lunch we visited the “Village Museum”. “Located on the shores of Lake Herastrau, the museum is composed of a wonderful collection of over 300 dwellings, windmills, churches, and structures from every region of the country.” It reminded me a bit of Colonial Williamsburg or Sturbridge Village without the enactors and docents. The buildings were moved to the museum and reconstructed there. ...
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