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... was still less than 10%. With the battery dwindling, I walked backed to the hotel with the lid open as the back-up progressed. By morning, it was at 95%, almost finished. The back-up completed after about 20 hours, but it completed! Our last five months of photo files were safe. I cleared half the space on the netbook and it began running like a champ again.
Herăstrău Park and Folk Village
... Sighisoara, dinner in the house where the cruel prince was born, explore the historic centre
of Sibiu, visit Peles and Bran castles.
The mountains we saw from the train were impressive - but Emil assures us it will be much better in Transylvania.. cant wait!
PS - Emil took us to dinner last night - to Hanu Berarilor - where they make their own beers... brilliant!! Had a Romanian Cabernet last night too - sensational. Food, wine and beer continue to amaze :-)
... took our chances and jumped on the 301, hoping that it was the 301 in the correct direction, as the bus driver as not so helpful!!! Once we had successfully negotiated that, we had the metro to contend with. Luckily, the lady at the kiosk told us exactly what we needed and exactly where we needed to get off too... legend. The city was not what I expected it to be and is actually quite hard to describe. Many high rise concrete rectangles, with large, advertisement, light boards ...
... who contributed generous amounts of money to the monastery's construction. Instead of saints and donors, I got several photos of the goats tied up outside.
After a cursory examination of downtown Bucharest (from our bus window), we had dinner at a Dracula-themed restaurant, where a creepy old dude in badly-caked theatre makeup literally bit my neck (and the necks of others - though only the women, I noticed). Pfft - a real vampire will bite anyone.
... Education, Mr Daniel Funeriu is holding the opening speech for the conference Diaspora in Cercetarea Stiintifica si Invatamantul Superior din Romania.
Alexandru Ioan Cuza, first voivode of the united Romania and King Carol the First are looking at us from their frames whilst we go one networking and Raluca van Staden, ...
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