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... so there was a plethora of options to stop in and ask. I chose a nice looking hotel to help me find where I was going, and they had a map! I was headed in the right direction!
I arrived at Little Bucharest Hostel and quickly checked in. Sadly they didn’t take debit cards so I was cleaned out of cash that I had just exchanged at the airport. I settled in and went back to the streets with less weight on my shoulders. I went in search of an ...
... the most important Romanian musician.
The end of the day of markets and churches and walking, walking, walking. Back at the Marriott we had access to ...
... homemade lemonade whenever I saw it. Little did I know that Romania is obsessed with it! The lemonade was made with sparkling water and sweetened with honey. Delicious and oh so refreshing.
Ending the day much in the same fashion it began, I was serenaded by the sweet songs of the 90s like Color Me Badd's I Want to Sex You Up. Having started the day at 6 AM in Sofia, and ending it with dinner at 11 PM in Bucharest, I was excited that Thursday was ...
... 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 ...
... to come in another post].
After spending my first weekend in Bucharest in the method described above I headed to work Monday morning looking forward to meeting another member of the team, Sinziana, and learning more about what I would be doing here this summer. She too is very friendly and I enjoy very much working and spending time with her. I am looking forward to the rest of my summer and the work that I will be doing here.