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... food. Beckett fell asleep in the stroller as we headed back to the hotel for his nap, so we walked on a little further. We stumbled across a flea market of sorts, lots of silver, old communist pins and odds and ends. We watched a man pay 80lei ($24) for two US two dollar bills. We got back around 3pm and decided a team nap was in order-- we had plenty of time before our 7pm reservations at another highly recommended restaurant. We all slept on ...
... br> It reminds me a little of the situation in Brazil at the moment. Not that I think it will lead to a coup but the mass population are unhappy about spending on marquee products, like World Cup & Olympic stadiums when the money could most likely be put to much better use.
I enjoyed my time here and wandering the city and the tour of the Peoples Parliament building was very interesting. The tour was over two hours ...
... house beer which unfortunately means that I can remember all too clearly the horror that next occurred. It was time for a bathroom break and so I headed for the ladies bathroom pre warned that the only light source in the toilets came from candles. I entered the only ladies toilet and proceeded to wipe the seat with some toilet paper just in case. That's when it happened. I touched ****. It was right ...
... 8217;t visited. Various horror stories have been told about travelling there(attacks by stray dogs, bad transport, hassling and thieving from gypsies, grim Communist-era buildings), but equally there have been lots of very favourable stories, so we’ve decided to go and see for ourselves.
The area of modern day Romania has had a very chequered history, including being part of the Ottoman empire in the 14th and 15th century. ...
... even though man made, these fountains are a feast for the eyes).
Top 5 Religious Buildings
Of course in Eastern Europe you are bombarded with thousands of religious buildings including Orthodox churches, Catholic churches and Mosques.
1. St Basil's Cathedral, Moscow
2. Church in the Kremlin, Moscow
3. Ostrog Monestery, Montenegro
4. St Peter's Cathedral, Budapest
5. Eastern Orthodox Chuch, Belgrade (largest in the world)
Top 5 Foods