Ramada Bucharest Parc
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... this time, this brilliant idiot thought it would be a good idea to build the 2nd largest building in the world. His Parliament Palace. It took 20,000 workers 24 hours a day, 8 years to build it. He destroyed old Bucharest’s homes and churches and displaced families spending 30% of the treasury each year. Meanwhile his people are starving.
When the Soviet Union began to break up, Romanians heard of this and protests began. ...
... have. The weather was freakishly warm for Bucharest in February, I was told, and quite sunny. There was snow on the ground from earlier in the week, melting steadily and leaving mud puddles between sections of sidewalk. We had worn leather jackets since the weather was so nice, but unfortunately discovered that when in the shade we regretted not having warmer coats on. This was a bit of a bummer, since our first museum happened to be outside in the shade. It was called ...
... for a quick nap before going to our welcome dinner. At dinner we are able to meet several of our fellow cruisers and we love hearing about their past and future adventures. Tomorrow we are taking a bus tour of the city (I know what you're thinking, they just walked the city), but sometimes..... correction....... most times, we have to do things multiple times before it sinks in. It's not easy getting ...
... had a bike symbol on the outside but not special bicycle spot. The conductor motioned to just lean it along a row of seats. The conductor charged 30 lei ($9) extra for Hiro’s bike. It took a while before the somewhat cool air was pumped in.
Our seats were on the right side which was the sunny side. After a while I moved to free seat on left side. On the next station two weathered looking guys sat ...
We felt immediately at home once we reached the hostel in Bucharest. Our first night 2 sister hostels got together for a BBQ and drinks...all free from the hostel. What generous people! That night we went on a pub crawl to some great underground bars. One bar we had to go through a closed antique shop, down a flight of ...