Grand Hotel Continental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... the muddy field where they preformed, and so it was as front row seating Sheila and I found ourselves covered with splattered mud.
After the show people took carriage rides and toured the grounds where there were some hairy pigs and cattle. We went back to our ship having enjoyed the entertainment at ...
... and decided, if nothing else I can jump out of the moving car. He was old, and ended up being harmless. (Sorry Dad, don’t worry too much about me! I’m doing fine! I wouldn’t intentionally put myself in harms way!) This older gentleman graciously gave me a ride, and a short tour, to the area of my hostel and pointed me in the right direction. I had no map, no idea where I was, and no idea where I was going. Luckily, the area I was staying was a ...
... an Australian guy who had arrived earlier that day, decided we would take part. I figured I was unlikely to get the opportunity again, and all for a great cause (at least I think it was for charity) we paid our entry fee, kitted up and headed into the starting area, where there was a stage for the after party. the run itself started at 5, but there was a warm up starting at 4. while most people took part in this, I decided that, being an experienced distance ...
... was a win for me, as I just had to take the elevator downstairs.
This was the first time we ever held a session in Romania, so I was thrilled when the room reached capacity and we had 50 people attend! I was also thrilled to see that there were 23 women in the audience-almost half! I was joined by the only two Romanian alums we currently have, and they were wonderful. The crowd was quite engaged. So engaged, in fact that a group of them stayed for ...
... was really different. the mountains were completely barren and clearly very remote while the vast majority of settlements seemed to be strung out along the roads. It must be a real pain to walk from one end of those towns to the other.
Most visitors to Bucharest would be unamonus in singling out the driving and traffic as the worst features of the city. I was in the safe hands (and car) of a former colleague ...