Centre Ville Aparthotel
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We finish up in a nice cafe where HIli ******ets her latest European square and Lottie and Guy start a 'triad-of-triads' cardfest. Beer, lemonade, cheesecake and nuts fit the bill for lunch. We rest, swim and gym before dining out at a very pleasant Greek restaurant in the old town where we also indulge in some self-tuition bridge... 'Lottie is annoyingly good' ...
... huge ( one chandelier weights 3 tonne and there are over 3500 of them in total - big and small ), drapes 15 meters high etc. When it was being finished inside they had 20,000 people working in 3 shifts inside it. And over 100,000 doing work on the fittings etc outside (making lights, curtains, quarrying marble, making doors etc) The power consumption is equivalent to a town with 15,000 people. ( many lights are turned off because of the cost). No ...
Paula Abdul's Opposites Attract plays on Romanian MTV in this Bucharest apartment. I'm lounging on the same Ikea couch I have in SF, still recovering from the plane trip. I always forget how intense jet lag can be and am still groggy from my nap. Is it a nap if it's 4 hours long?
I was met at the airport by Stelian, Romania's Ray Romano, who drove me through town to a block of a gray building ringed in Coca Cola ads. The front door is tucked behind a ...
3) Which brings me to: don’t bother carrying lipstick and hair stuff when you leave the hotel. You are traveller. No matter how you try, you are going to look like a prison inmate. Unless you want to hang out in hotels and taxis. But if you want to be out all day, minimal preening.
4) Never ask for directions unless absolutely necessary. There is a whole ...
... will be the basis for stories I tell me children and grandchildren, just like my Dad told me and my siblings about his (even grander) adventure canoeing the length of the Mississippi River, also completed over his 23rd birthday in a fine bit of poetry. So yeah, this is and will be the time of my life. Or at least I hope it will be. But even if I come home with nothing more than a couple stories of bumbling idiocy*, at least I can say I had a helluva lot of fun doing it.