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... today sort of represents a change in dynamic of my trip. up until now I have been travelling leisurely around, stopping a few nights in places that have either been recommend to me or are on the rough route I had 'planed' back at home. but now comes 5 days of solid travel, 1155k to get from Bucharest to Albania for Saturday, via Sofia, Skopje and Tirana. why? because that will be my 1st extended stop in one place. I have managed to get a volunteer job in a hostel ...
... I was off to my meeting with the Fulbright office, which wound up running much longer than I expected and with that two mile walk looming between me and my evening information session, I knew the walk back would be a brisk one. And a sweaty one. The rush was worth it though, as I had time to shower and throw on a different suit before I had to set up our room. Since we don't have a massive alum network in Romania, we wound up using a room at the hotel for my ...
... to get ready and head to the airport. We were all a bit tired and hungover but we knew what to do, we had done this many times before.
This wasn't a bad day to begin with, we got the same bus back to the airport and headed to our check in desk with Blue air (Romania's budget airline :S). When we arrived we found out we had to pay 14 Euro to check in for Blue air, which none of us had seeing as Romania uses the Lei. We hunted for about 40 minutes for an ...
... City to find some lunch. Apparently having not learned my lesson, I trekked off East instead of North, and did not notice I was off for twenty minutes. Eventually, I found myself in an enormous square, seemingly a commercial center for modern Bucharest. I was so mad at myself at this point, so overheated from walking, and so hungry for lunch, the Golden Arches were like a god-send to me. Keeping up my pattern, my first lunch in a new country was at McDonalds. After the brief rest in ...
... We ended up meeting with Magdalena 's sister and she gave us a bit of a history tour before taking us to the local pub.
By far the the most interesting site was the Palace of Parliament. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, "The Palace is the world's largest civilian administrative building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest." It is quite a site ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services