Centre Ville Elite Aparthotel
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... the tympanum of the big ear that's Bucharest."
What can I say more about a Romanian cake filled by/with history ... in each gram of its deepest cocoa heart ?
You need :
1). Cookies -LANGUES DES CHATS ("Cat's tongues")
I bought them and I chose a variety that had a glazed base with chocolate (you'll understand why). If you'll not buy them, you just bake simple "penny" made from:
-3 white eggs very well ...
... s famed abandon Train Station. As I ventured down this road I came across more and more abandoned buildings. As I kept venturing away from "Old Town" I realized I made a huge mistake in reading my map and needed to double back immediately as this part of the city just continued to get worse and worse. The interesting thing is that I did not feel unsafe. It was just sort of eerie. The neighborhood was not bad. It was just empty, much like my ...
... Romania. The tour finally kicks off and I learned a lot of Romanian history. I was amazed at the architecture of the city. The fact that a lot of the Romanian history is fairly new was interesting. The country was a communist country until 1989. Some of the countries history such as the revolution has not actually been documented properly so I only got what my tour ...
... saw less than 1% of the building. It has over 1,000 rooms incl. 800 offices. The area you see is the large meeting / ball rooms which are amazing especially when you normally see such opulence and grandeur it is in a building built 100 or 200 years ago! The tour also included going to the underground parts of the building which was a let-down. You go and see the natural ventilation system and the foundation areas. Nicolae ...
... brand margarine (before I knew taking photos was an issue). We sold hotdogs at the school fair and we sold out, the kids love their hotdogs. It is the British School of Bucharest so it is full of expats. It was minus 12 degrees when we were walking to school this morning.
Sat 15 Dec
Bucharest has better shopping than Perth, who would have guessed. We went to the local shopping centre which is full of Marks & Spencer, H&M, Zara and all the ...