Ramada Bucharest Parc
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... in the middle of the cafe leading up to his private dining room. As the palace is just up the street I guess he just used to duck out for a bite at his favorite cafe. It also used to be frequented by the literati.
Originally built in 1852, it really hit it's straps in the early 1900's and one unkind critic writes that what the communists couldn't achieve the current owner has ... reduced it to a shadow of its glorious past.
... in their lounge room. Stefan does kite surfing and often travels to pursue this passion. They were headed off to Thailand later this month to have some more adventures
At the end of the evening, most of us headed home but Steve, Andie, George and Amanda (from Griffith) headed off to a local bar called Beer 100, where, amazingly, they had 100 different beers for consumption. They all tried to drink their body weight worth of beer before stumbling in at around 1.30 am.
... ourselves racing to the meeting point, afraid we would miss it but it was closer than we realized and were able to join up. The weather was incredible and perfect for a walk-- over 20•C and clear. We started at the Palace of Parliament (or The People) and heard lots if stories of revolution, Communism, irony, history and unique features of the city. Our guide was fantastic, humorous and easily answered questions-- he kept up a good pace ...
... lent us her own personal laptop for the night so we could upload some photos to this blog. She sorted us a taxi to town to get on the free walking tour and it only cost 7 lei (1.2 euro) this is a big deal because the Romanian taxis are renowned for ripping off tourists. The walking tour was great and we saw the main things, like the People's Palace which is the second largest building in the world ...
... sweaters over their blouses. I bought all sorts of cheese and meat that I didn’t recognize. I pointed and paid whatever they asked. Numbers in Romanian are easy to understand. I tried to take a few pictures, and had a security guard tell me that photos were not allowed. I waiting for him to leave and continued to take photos but more discretely. I hope I wasn’t stealing anyone’s souls! Or is that some myth?
As I write this, ...