Crowne Plaza Bucharest
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... much larger cosmopolitan European cities, and possibly even bests some of them.
Really, we are far too old for these types of activities, but the occasional night of reliving former glories is always an acceptable thing to do, especially when traveling overseas. It's a good thing that we are only passing through Bucharest and only hit the town occasionally, because we would surely die within a few short years if we tried to do ...
... to tell about Halloween, a long forgotten glimpse into the underworld.
I know now how 'cozy' and 'rainbow' are made from extremes, by mixing together the raw essences of things. I miss feeling wild, in-taking all that November raw through me, as I did once only by breathing into its wind! The other raw month I can think about for the sake of the argument, March, had life inside it, coming up through all ...
... Soooo,....the foreign, but incredibly nice guy from Verizon walked us through taking Dennis' card, and transferring it to my phone, and setting everything up. As we said our farewells,....I decided at the very last second to take out the 'extra' pair of shoes from my backpack, and leave them with Dennis. He had no longer pulled away when I began regretting my decision. I'm wearing a pair of Keens, that are comfortable, but not as comfortable as the ones I left. So,...why, ...
... one of the poorest countries on our continent, so it may be some time before they are returned to their former glories. But don’t let that put you off visiting... there is a certain charm in faded elegance. And there is more of it than you might think here.
It’s a very green city too. Parks are seemingly everywhere, which is about as different as can be from Tbilisi. Last summer I spent two weeks in Georgia and I was ...
... yesterday with one of my 8th grade boys. The gym was a little small but it was still perfect. I got to tumble, lift weights, and do conditioning workouts with Qwor and a few other kids (most of them very young and super cute). The coach was intimidating and I found out he used to be the captain of the Bulgarian national team. Makes sense. He would yell at the kids and I couldn't help but stare at the bulging veins in his neck. I can never tell if he is angry or ...