Crowne Plaza Bucharest
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... revolt chased the dictator out of power. The country became a democracy in 1990 and several elections since then have established a balance of power.
It's a beautiful city, except for the several Soviet buildings of ugly cast concrete. It has lots of parks; very green and clean. It has its very old historic buildings that are beautiful examples of old architecture.
Romania is one of the poorest nations in the European Union ...
... hotel in Bucharest at 8:00pm. What a day. Paul did all the driving, I did all the navigating, and the kids did their school work and behaved so incredibly well. Hungary has amazing highways (freeways), and sorry North Americans, but Europeans know how to drive properly on a highway. The left lane is for passing. Period. That's it. C'est tout! And, the highways have a speed limit of 130 km/h or none at all. Beautiful.
However, our problems ...
... built in the 1892, proved very interesting. The cellar is the "Supplier of Romania's Royal Court" and only makes sparkling wines. We saw the process from bottling to removing the yeast to corking and then hand labelling. The process is labour intensive and a lot is done by hand. The tasting was possibly the best part. The drive throughout the mountains to Sinaia revealed some scenic views as the leaves ...
... bad about being unwell. I just prayed that I would start to get better and certainly by the time we arrived in Istanbul. It honestly makes no difference being ill here. Ill is ill and having a telly and comforts would not make me feel one bit better.
I dragged myself to the bathroom to find that the bird which had been flying around yesterday was still in the shower section. I thought I would ...
... to see. First there was the 'Parliament Palace', or as we Romanians like to say,...the 'Palatul Poporului'. This is the second largest building in the world,...only surpassed by the Pentagon. We walked a LONG way to get there. You should be able to see a picture of it on here. In route we passed the first, and only shopping mall that is in Bucharest. And yes,...we spent quite a bit of time walking around there. It was about 6 stories high. After the Palace, ...