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Danube River Cruise
Saturday April 25th
We arrived at the Bucharest airport without having a significant period of sleep, which made the day a little difficult. We got through customs and wearing our Viking Cruise stickers we found our cruise contact and waited for a long time to get our bus to the hotel, along with many other people who had arrived. Once on the ...
... but the former home of a famous Romanian official. Beautiful old furniture was on display, in addition to the thorough art collection, which included two pieces by Matisse, a Picasso, and multiple paintings by Renoir. There were many, many works by Romanian artists as well, particularly Nicolae Grigorescu, who Sorina told me is considered to be the national painter of Romania. “We learn about him in school and take field trips to see his paintings – ...
... 8217;s Digest ranks amongst the top 500 drives in the world. 'Top Gear’ did a feature programme here in 2009.
*It would be an amazing drive in a classic sports car or powerful motorcycle but the Landcruiser handles less nimbly.
*It is 90 km long and climbs to over 2000 mts relatively quickly. The scenery is stunning. It crosses the highest peaks in Romania, the Carpathian Mts. The temperature drops to 15 C.
*It is ...
... and is second only in sheer size to the Pentagon. It was built and planned by the former regime and was intended to be the single hub for all of Romania's political and governmental needs. Its scale is awesome and it sits in the heart of the city. Whole swathes of the old city were destroyed to make way for it and it now dominates the skyline. It is twelve stories high but the first two stories are bigger than most other buildings in the city. Nowadays, the ...
... should have been only minutes from the station but took us close to an hour to find. Three times, we asked people on street if they knew the direction to Hello Hotel. None knew it. Dave's GPS, aided by Google Maps, was directing us over a kilometer away from the action and in what seemed like the wrong direction. Dave called the hotel. The receptionist said “No, we are not far"."Just two minutes from the train station exit. Just ...