Crowne Plaza Bucharest
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... about 40 minutes, and a half way across the bridge, two lanes in one direction, when we grind to a stop and nothing happens, until we see motos and trucks coming towards us, because some muppet has sent them through. What a ****up. It took another 1 1/2 hours to drive 3kms across the bridge.
Into Romania, and the border guys aren't interested in us, we cant carry enough, be happy! Well thats fine, but there’s some seriously ****** Romanians who want ...
... and though we could see some instances where that was true, this city really has some fantastic individual examples of architecture you would expect to see in a city like Paris, not here. Perhaps the beautiful architecture has always been here, or perhaps it was only recently restored - either way, it doesn't matter, as Bucharest made for a great conclusion to our trip.
Having had the fortune to meet Alex and his family at ...
... in the porridge”.
Setting off south towards Brasov, we passed through some outstanding Transylvanian landscapes. Really steep mountains, covered in trees. You can only just see between them. This is the stuff legends are made off.
Passing by Brasov, we arrived at Bran, the home of Dracula's castle. It was like legend meets Blackpool! It is an interesting place but not at ...
... it survived right where it is now. The Palatul Patriarhiel is the church and I believe the residence to the Orthodox Bishop for this area, maybe even all of Romania. Romanians are clearly proud of this church and they should be. It’s really beautiful. The Parliament building was my least favorite but it is a historic place. Budapest has 'em beat on Parliament building design. It was about 80% complete when ...
... the running of the state. It is also open for tourists to visit, and on the second day of my trip I took a tour, visiting many rooms (including state meeting rooms and a theatre), the basement and the rooftop terrace.
The building is almost completely made out of marble with huge chandeliers, and has some impressive views. The balcony overlooking the 2 mile long boulevard was particularly impressive, and ...