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... and Bucharest was now a great European city, widely recognized as a capital of fashion, good taste and pleasant living. It was called "Little Paris".
Unfortunately, this period of prosperity only lasted until 1940, when it was again plunged into European conflict. Soviet Russia struck first and the Red Army soon occupied the eastern part of the country. It joined Germany to fight the Russians on the Eastern front. The US bombed it in ...
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We are back in Bucharest in what has to be one of the funkiest rooms ever, complete with its own in-room Muzak system, and we are exhausted. All of us are zoning out with ...
Our overnight stay in Brasov saw the colder weather emerge. Visited the museum of the first school in Romania (can't take the school out of old chalkies), the old town and the Black Church. It is called that following a huge fire in the 1500s. It also was a refuge during the 1989 revolution and bears the signs of bullet holes in the columns inside. Across the road from our hotel markets were in progress and ...
Four o'clock onwards (yesterday) my energy levels started to plummet. It was quite upsetting to go from marching up the hill in Sighisoara to sitting on the ground and putting the tent up wearily with hardly any energy.
By the time, I went to bed; I had decided that I would not be going to Bucharest in 2015 which came as a huge disappointment. I had visited Bucharest in 2007 and had loved ...
... Sighsoara, and Bran. Then on Sunday afternoon, we will head back to Bucharest,...spend the night, and get her to the Airport on Monday. BUT,....what am 'I' going to do then? Well,...I truly haven't decided yet, but I gotta tell you, being cooped up on a hot, smoky train for 27 hrs does absolutely NOTHING for me. Soooo,...my other option is to say to heck with the Balkans, and hop a train to Istanbul, Turkey, and spend the next two weeks in that beautiful ...