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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so that we were ready in the morning. Today we finished off all the food we could and cleaned up the apartment. We also had to do our usual suitcase shuffle to ensure our luggage wasn't overweight. The shuttle back to Bucharest was interesting as our driver was speeding and over taking nearly every other car on the road. It was funny when we got in a traffic jam and everyone ...
... along with all these special memories. This morning we finished packing up and caught the shuttle back from Brasov to Bucharest airport. There is still lots of snow and we went through a mountain or something and oh my goodness all the corners! I'm not usually one to get motion sick, but this was insane and it went on for over an hour! I held it together though haha by upping my sugar intake ;) and we arrived ...
... us with our shopping (of course everything's in Romanian). I made dinner tonight at 16.30 as we hadn't eaten since breakfast. I made chicken penne pasta with spinach and pesto but ended up making about three times as much (it should taste even better tomorrow at lunch!) After dinner we spent time getting to know some of the other girls in the apartment (tonight there's a total of four of us) and heard about what we ...
... to our motel by bus. This time we got it right yay! We went to the supermarket and bought a few drinks and snacks. On the walk back we all got a massive and lovely shower from a passing truck ( because we all weren't wet enough). Our night ended with some drinks and snacks and a good old needed laugh. People in Romania are either really nice or really rude. We found that people in the stores and particularly men seem so to be angry with life which is sad and people like to stare ...
Right at Budapest station, Tom and I jump off and head
down to the timetable to get the platform number. Typical we come in on
platform 11 and have to leave on platform 2 - the other bloody side of
the station. While practically running to find the platform I was
shocked by the sights in the station. I did not realise just how poor
Hungry is. People on the platforms canvassing for taxi rides etc, ...