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So i'm new to operating a blog as you might have suspected. So for starters a bit about me personally. I spent high school summers exporting country music in Ocean City, NJ. Once had a dream of licensing deodorant on Wall Street. Have some experience implementing circus clowns ...
... the afternoon to kill before departing on the overnight train. So we did a quick learning curve of the Bucharest subway system and took a subway from the train station to the downtown area and visited the Bucharest Museum of Natural History. Pretty interesting. Then we reversed course, took the subway back to the train station and waited until our train showed up on track three.
An interesting observation while we waited. Since ...
... more after spending so much of this trip not seeing anyone familiar. I have so many special memories of wonderful birthdays spent with wonderful friends, so I couldn't hope for anything better for my 30th birthday (though nachos would be a nice bonus). I only wish Steph, Michael's amazing wife, could also be here now. Michael and Steph's first baby is due in a few weeks, though, so Steph is already back in the United States for ...
... seen so far, this country is more at home in the first half of the 20th century, not the 21st.
The capital is a bit weird too. Okay, so there are no signs of wells anywhere (here they have running water!), but there is almost a total lack of many things, including accommodation, places to eat or anything that might be described as a service sector. Those establishments that do try find ...
... of the local wineries. Moldovan wine is considered some of the best in Eastern Europe. I visited the winery of Milestii Mici, which is in the Guinness book of World Records for having the largest collection of wine at over 2 million bottles. What is interesting about visiting their wine cellar is that you drive into it underground. It stretches for over 120km underground and the roads have all been named after different types of wine. Off to ...