Carol Parc Hotel
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... until I remembered she defected from here like 25 years ago. Oh well.
At my homestay, settled in and posting photos. Checking some emails. Simona and her daughter Clara are adorable. Only $20 through airbnb, which I think is very reasonable. Basically want a place to sleep and shower. Tomorrow I leave early to Brasov. Should get some sleep!
... civilian building with an administrative purpose in the world and the second largest government building in the world after the Pentagon. The street where my grandmother (Margarita Lohner Budik) lived during her elementary school years on Strada Baterilor no longer exists as it was demolished in order to make room for the Parliament area. I was not able to enter the parliament because I had not made a prior tour reservation and ...
... avoiding going back to the hostel because Michael seemed like the sort who would get angry and swear at us if we made noise as we returned to our dorm.
We weren't too far off, because even though we silently slipped into our bunk-beds, about half-an-hour in, one of the guests switched on his light and left the dorm to use the bathroom – which was quite annoying, to be honest – and very soon, Michael woke up and yelled: '****, is this **** for real?”
... for the “weapons check.” I was told to take my passport and money but leave the bags on the security table. I was taken to an unfinished wires-hanging-from-the-ceiling back room with curtain door behind the check-in counters for a full body pat down. Wallet, hat, watch, shoes, belt, even coins were taken away to be x-rayed. A few swings of the metal detector and full pat down and I was finished. He walked be back to my bags where the ...
... could only be purchased with foreign currency. It is a huge building that now stands almost empty with just a couple of expensive boutique stores occupying one small sections that at present is partly surrounded by temporary fences as another metro station is being constructed almost beneath it. Nearby is the mosque, not in the best of repair, but there are still a few Muslims in the city to use it. Only half a block away is the synagogue where the large ...