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... the cement wall that contains the man made lake and ate our sandwich. I am still a little afraid to eat in public after our monkey incident in Gibraltar but I am getting better. The weather was really nice today...supposedly almost 40. We are going to enjoy it because we know there is snow at our next destination.
When our lake walk was over we headed to see the main attraction in Bucharest: the Parliament building. The building is the largest ...
... Ceaușescu destroyed even more of the historical the city, including 30,000 homes and about 30 churches and synagogues to build an immense opulent extravaganza known as the Palace of the Parliament. Ceausescu intended this place to be a personal residence as well as a government building.
Our tour guide Francisco said this is the world's second largest government building, second only to the Pentagon. Built in 1983 - 1984, the palace has ...
... the prince comes, , a winter coat, a spring coat, a bathing suit, a suit jacket,
something for the gym, a series of shoes for the whole gamut of sports and activities I could possibly want to do. So I have a heavy suitcase and being not far away has its advantages.
Being close to the train station, make me avoid being cheated by taxi drivers (who will know you are vulnerable in ...
At 1pm today we are catching a train to Istanbul. Though that still left some time this morning up our sleeve, in reality, because of the location of our hotel and how spread out Bucharest is, there was no real time to see anything else. The museum I was interested in didn't open till 10am, and was not close to where we were staying. So instead of rushing about like an idiot this morning I opted for a sleep in and just hung around the hotel ...
... idea what they look like. Needless to say, I went to a secure bank the rest of the time in Bucharest...