Golden Tulip Victoria - Bucharest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coffee, the first place ignored us, it worked we went somewhere else, and although the lady at the second place had no english a smile and thank you got us coffee and coke, and a place to sit. At the gas station out of town the toilet didn't work, so we didn't use it, and took the Romanian approach and peed in the countryside.
On that subject, I can't understand why a people who have such a love of the outdoors and picnics and sunbathing and waking in ...
... of the compartments. My comfort zone was several borders back.
The compartment was empty when I reached it, so even though it was only about 7pm, I decided to take advantage of the quiet and go to bed early to get as much sleep as possible. I turned out the light, tucked myself in around my bag, stretched out across all three seats, and covered myself in the blanket my blessed roommate had lent me for the weekend. Soon thereafter, I was asleep.
But before wrapping up this blog I would like to note that Romania was a bit of a watershed moment for me in terms of my traveling life. It was not only the last country I visited on this trip, but also, if my calculations are correct, the one-hundredth country I've been to.
It was about sixteen years ago, while taking a 42-hour bus ride to the southern tip of South America, when I almost deliriously came up with the bright idea of ...
Build an electric bike your own self is a fairly simple task provided that you keep to the proper assembly steps, and do a passable job of checking company's parts you make use of. And of course, there's that final touch that just you could give it: flames, a custom paint, ...
... The guy from New York told me he just "had" to leave the US, walked around barefoot everywhere, came inside on my birthday with clothespins on his face dancing like a monkey, and was in the process of attaining Romanian citizenship. He was actually really sincere and totally hilarious, but complete wonky at the same time.