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*On entry to Bucuresti, navigator has to work unusually hard. The city’s suburban architecture mostly reflects drab communist style with a few more modern & older exceptions. Looking at some buildings, it is hard to work out whether they are being demolished or constructed!
* We will learn much more about the city tomorrow when we are booked on a walking tour in the morning and a bike tour in the ...
... for the morning. Up again at 5 which is annoying. The hostel I'm in is sick but really quiet! If it was busy it would be such a good night. Damnit. Saw a few sights today. There was a lovely chapel with the coolest gold decor inside. It literally looked like a billionaires dream. Also I think the picture is the parliament building though I'm not 100 percent! Next time I update will be from istanbul which means I have hit my most eastern point. Adios ...
... for just a loaf of bread. Yet you never knew if you would even get a loaf of bread, nor were you even sure if it was bread that you were waiting for. I could not even imagine what life would have been like during those days. Another example of the communist legacy in Romania, but specifically in Bucharest, is one that is very hard to ...
... I passed the Palace of the Parliament, although Bucharest is so much smaller than any capital city in Europe, even smaller than Vienna or Warsaw, but the Palace of the Parliament is the second biggest building in the world with over 3000 rooms. It was also the most iconic of Nicolae Ceausescu’s crazy communist idea, and the corruption power.
I found Bucharest to be full of distinct character, much more ...
... done by hand. There were also remnants from the Soviet past in the form of dilapidated (*see note at end) power stations and quarry sites, which have just been left for over 20 years to slowly rot and degrade. Once away from the border the beautfiul countryside of Romania hit us, the rolling hills of green, lush farmland and forests, with very twee hay stacks and cute houses from the 1800s. The Romanians were all working in the fields of sunflowers and watermelons. Women ...