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... and apparently it is so popular bookings almost always needed.
It was booked out for a private function as it was again on Sunday at lunchtime and dinner time. We suspect some of the cruise lines must have bookings that are excluding everyone else.
We only tried the narrow streets and lanes off Calea Victoriei,and didn't find anything interesting. On the way down, we had passed a Cafe that had a luxurious interior but no diners ...
... 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 ...
... on the edge of the Old Town and so much is within walking distance. We bathed Beckett in the stand up shower, got him into pjs and got him to sleep in his little tent easy enough... Until 3am-- at which point he was wide awake and wanted to play. This isn't too different from home except we are both fairly exhausted from travel and he is harder to settle in the tent. Ben finally got him rocked to sleep and back in bed by four where he ...
... coming across this type of celebration. I like to pretend they are there for me. Thank you, Bucharest!
I got lost again on the way home, as the dark approached. I was a little anxious because I wasn't sure all of the streetlights would come on. I passed demolished buildings next to upscale outdoor restaurants. I passed families with strollers and older gentlemen with young "friends". I did eventually it back to my tiny abode, down the street from the Frank Zappa Club.
1) Always carry a pashmina scarf. It might look like a merely decorative object, but it is actually a complicated device out of a James Bond movie. In this trip, it has been tied in a knot worn to fit in with the other Parisian girls, draped over shoulders as a shawl at a chilly Viennese concert, used as head covering at an Orthodox church or mosque, used for warmth under a jacket and as a ...