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... This city is just amazing. Bucharest has not only a rich historical place but there are also plenty of hidden treasures.
I couldn't wait to get started on my art tour! Thank god the tour guide spoke very well English otherwise I wouldn't have a clue what she was talking about. We started with a studio tour, I was greeted by Adrian. He was ...
... from the very first day proved correct. First, one guy, with a Hungarian last name knew everything about everything. John and I both caught him at separate times, spouting out false (or to be kind, misguided) information. We didn’t want to challenge him because we didn’t even want to have a conversation with him. The other was a woman who needed to be the center of attention at all times. John ...
Our travel planning and plotting finally came unstuck; as Istanbul simply does not support international train travel anymore as APPARENTLY they are working on their train network. But I find it highly suspicious that the documented train lines, plus the ferries to Romania have gone caput, which left us a little at sea as to how we could get to Budapest, let alone move on and complete our journey. So with a little more research (of about 10 minutes) we made an executive decision ...
... the Communist government, and marked the end of Ceauşescu's regime. The Athénée Palace Hotel, the University of Bucharest Library and the Memorial Rebirth are all located here. Andrei Pana is one of the guides working for guide-bucharest. He showed passion in his work, and he loved his job although the guide(s) has to rely on tips as the main source of income.
That night, I joined the group for ice-cream at McDonald. I got a little lost on my ...
... roads weren't in great shape, the weather turned to rain a bit and after it got dark, cows in the road. Driving was like one of those arcade video driving games with the little overview of the track up in the corner of the screen. I would keep one eye on the GPS, which would let me know how sharp of a curve was coming up, and one eye on the road for the cows.
We made it back to Margie's quite late but safe and sound.
Next, it's off to Istanbul.