Crowne Plaza Bucharest
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After finishing the fantastic overnight rail trip through the hills of Dracula country, we finally arrived at Bucharest North train station. After making a few enquiries about our onward journey to Istanbul we found that there were rail works for a considerable part of the journey through Bulgaria, meaning a 19 hour journey through the night with about 5 changes between ...
... God, Dionysos. They say, Dionysos's blood, the wine, makes you immortal.To my Thracian - Dacian ancestors the wine was sacred too, it exposed lies and defeated spells. It was the only drink that if dripped onto the ground as offering, it could be drank by the dead!
The stars of November sky, were in that part of the world, luminaries for the dead. As it's only in November's evening sky that the Pleiades lay low on ...
... forced into the high-rises throughout the cities, high-rises you still see today. Half of Romania’s population now lives in rural villages while half remain in the cities for work. By 1962 collective and state farms controlled over 77% of the land. Nicolae Ceauşescu came to power in 1965, asserting some independence from Soviet rule and he ruled until 1989. In 1974 he became the President of what was now the Socialist Republic of Romania. Despite ...
After a 2.5 hour flight on a smaller airplane from Amsterdam, I landed in Bucharest, the capital of Romania, where I usually get picked up and driven back 350 km southwest to my family's home city of Drobeta Turnu-Severin. I've never really visited the actual capital city of Bucharest more than for a few minutes as we just drive through it..but I have a plan in a few weeks to come back and visit here ...
... could keep me human as I pressed on yet again to Bucharest. Another strange city, and once again I was alone and lost, but this time it was rather scarier. Romania's capital may be a proud European metropolis, but it sure doesn't feel safe at night and I was lucky to happen on a reasonably priced hotel quite quickly.
Bucharest is sometimes described as the Paris of the East, but in my limited acquaintance with it it only matched Paris in ...