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... to Ottoman Empire to monarchy to communist regime to republic. By the time we reached the museum, I felt that I could hold a brief but educated conversation on the subject of the influences that had created the Romania I visited this past weekend– thanks, Sorina! Nothing can beat touring a city with a local.
The art museum we visited next was divided into two sections: European and Romanian. As with the rest of the museums in Bucharest, it was dirt cheap ...
... from Vienna) and a glass of water, before we retired for the night - a meal fit for a king! Time for a shower came about 9.30 pm when the sun went down, and we discover no towels supplied. Fortunately, Jeff had insisted we bring with us one of those camping microfibre towels that fit into a very small space in our backpacks. I told him we'd never use it, but I was wrong! What a saviour after a very hot day on a non air conditioned train in summer - ...
... 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 ...
... to Frankfurt. Days spent in air ports are always a very special kind of organisation and stress. I’m not sure I would go running back to Bucharest but then again it was the city where I had to say good bye to such an amazing six months. I know the next three months will bring new exciting adventures and travelling with mum and dad will be a big change. I’m happy to go forward but can’t help looking back, such is life. ...
... the other European cities I have visited so far. Bucharest has many hostels, cafe and attractions, yet it doesn’t feel as touristy and commercial. The metro system seemed smaller than anywhere in Europe, but with many taxi to fill in the blanks with reasonable rate.
In general, there wasn't so much things to see in the city apart from few landmarks, but the people in Bucharest were very friendly and ...