Ramada Bucharest Parc
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... a machine in the arrivals hall - you choose how much you want to pay per kilometre, with a choice between 1.39 lei per km, up to 3.50 lei per km. What the difference was I have no idea. So we went for the cheap one. The machine prints out a voucher, with a taxi number on and an estimated waiting time. 12 minutes apparently. Our taxi soon arrived and we were off. Surprisingly it only took 20 minutes ...
... for the touristic hop-on, hop-off bus. It supposedly comes every 15 minutes, but I waited over 40 minutes for the double-decker bus. The price was 25 Lei (almost $8), which is a bargain compared to hop-on, hop-off buses in other European cities with prices easily starting at 35 Euros. I toured all of the main touristic sites of Bucharest from the top deck of the bus. I had to go downstairs at times because of the rain. The entire ...
... for about an hour. This was mainly because Kevin and I asked him how to deal with Bucharest's notorious stray dog problem.
“You're afraid of dogs?”
“No no, it's just that we had this issue in Bulgaria because they were very territorial and...”
“I have a mission for you Peter. And also for you, Kevin. By the end of your stay in Bucharest, you need to pat a dog. And let it lick your hand.”
Very soon afterwards, Kevin ...
... he decided to accept it and moved along, but I fear this may be repeated again on Wednesday.
While there is no shop of restaurant car on board, there are some enterprising people filling the gap. One man was trying to sell an 'iPhone' while another boarded briefly mid-journey with a box full of snack food and sandwiches for sale. It struck me as odd though that one man decided to stand in the corridor until it got too dark to ...
... Lidl and Real, within 10 minute walking distance; along with the bus and subway in that same area. There is also a little mini market right on our street, that you can see from the front steps of the building. Common to the area, and the rest of the city, are stray dogs. In general they are very nice and pretty well taken care of. People often leave little bowls of water or scraps out for them. I had cute little black and white ...