Ramada Bucharest Parc
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... saw a small section but it was interesting to see the grand rooms and marble staircases that were supposed to be used by communists. They never really got to use much of it because it didn't get finished before communism fell. The Romanians then decided it would be cheaper just to finish the building than to tear it down so it is actually still used today. I actually enjoyed our time in Romania and actually wish we could have seen more of the ...
... that every store had its heat cranked so I was now dripping with sweat - no, Mother, I was not glistening at this point - and you will know that I was not a happy camper. But my darling family kept me positive. Both Paul and Elizabeth were excellent cheerleaders - "We'll find something! "- and Jack just kept telling me he loved me, no matter what I was wearing. Just as I was ready to start crying, we found a store called New Yorker, and it was like a ...
... a sleepless night... we clearly are the wrong side of 30!
As for Bucharest, another whistle-stop city visit. We stayed fairly centrally in a place reminiscent of Byker Grove (it had a common room) in the old town so were well served by bars and restaurants. We took a tour of the People's Palace, which is a slightly strange place, apparently the 2nd ...
... century history. We stop at the cafe on the huge terrace outside the military museum just down from the Novotel. Unlike the helpfulness of the National Archive staff, we're clearly returning to the passport-collecting mentality. The waitress doesn't really want to offer us any service and when we ask her for something from the menu, she simply says no! After a bit of a game about what there actually IS on the menu, we end up with some weird doughnuts, ice ...
... m not completely sure what to expect. Most of these countries are rebuilding. Either from Communist Rule or war. The blogs I've read, and the research I've done say that this will be the 'new' Europe, and that visiting the Balkans now, will be the best time ever to visit, because they are 'ready' for tourist, but because it's so new,...the prices are still very low. Few tourist,....cheap prices,.....sounds like my kindda place. Well,....gonna try to get a little more ...