Danube Plaza Hotel
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... Park. Vast lakes and
parkland and the museum which has around 100 houses and structures from all
over the country that have been relocated and furnished in the style of their
period. An hour wasn’t long enough to
Lunch at a restaurant owned
by a woman who collects and deals in antiques.
The food again nothing to remember however the décor of ...
... population was considered middle class. What the remaining 5% was was left to our imagination. (However we were told about corruption in the government and the fact that they lived pretty well. Probably a safe bet they were the upper class.)So the bus went past quaint villages in a state of semi abandonment. With the population forced to move to factory towns (and agriculture largely ignored) the towns now have an elderly population and a bleak future. I ...
... well before the revolution, only freight trucks came and went across the bridge. She was not allowed even half way across it. She could only look at the nice view of the Danube.
Junko and Hiro Add;
Ziunicea→Giurgiu国道& #12434;ひた走っ た。そのあ ;とは車がऴ 9;なくいつ| ...
... of bed trying to avoid the wet bits, to assess the debris from the storm. One of our chairs was under team Nightmares' van but apart from that, once we had collected up rubbish that had blown about it looked as good as new. Richard & Mark, sleeping in small tents said there was about 3-4 inches of water outside their tents during the night, but they stayed dry. Must have floated!
(Richard photographed us putting up our tent last night on ...
... homes, built by a orthodox family it resembled the Turkish style with large day beds. We also toured the Church of the Nativity (17th century). Very plain from the outside as it could not be more splendid than the mosque... Inside every wall and ceiling space is covered with frescoes, over 2000, dark blues and reds dominate. There is a separate room for the women, chairs only around the outside for the wealthy people to sit.