Crowne Plaza Bucharest
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... much of his atrocious deeds were directed toward the German Boyars, and of course Turkish invaders. As a defender of the Greek Orthodox church against the invading Islamic Turks, he is regarded as a national hero.
It has a relatively high unemployment rate, and many who work are under-employed, especially among the young. A new president was recently elected and they have hope for better, more progressive times ahead. I wish them all the luck for ...
... meals and snacks served every two hours. And no looking up the staircase - the traditional "second story" on a 747. The passengers booked there are so far above our pay grade that no gazing is allowed. And Lufthansa being a German airline, we all had to quickly and quietly deplane single file after appreciating the time spent in the back of the plane.
Next stop was the Marriott. This is ...
... 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 ...
... to have lunch. "Tell them Florin from the Marriott sent you".
When we arrived at the hotel I changed some money when I checked in, since I wanted to make sure to give Florin a tip, but he was already gone by the time I turned around from the front desk. So, as penance for not giving him a monetary tip, I am posting the following tip to any future travelers to Bucharest: Ask for Florin from the Marriott if you need a driver, or a tour guide. He's ...
... airport, then at the bus stop, then follow us on the bus and give us commentary on our bus trip. It dawned on us that he would ask for money so we swiftly declined any more help and walked away as fast as we could with our giant backpacks. It was right then that we got lost.
After about an hour of walking and seeking advice from a local travel agent, we finally found the hostel we had planned to stay at. There were no signs, no lights and a lot of cats ...