Golden Tulip Victoria - Bucharest
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a long time. Oh homeless. One last thing that adds to the vibe is that there is a pack of cigarettes taped to the wall that say 'free - take one'.
We are hoping to get a nice night of sleep tonight and do most of our exploring tomorrow.
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... I eventually found my hotel. Having unpacked I set off back to the palace for a tour of the area now used as a conference facility, the upper floors are off limits as they house the Parliament. The building is huge and is reputed to the the biggest civilian building in the world....only the Pentagon is larger and that is considered military. I left the palace and explored the old town which is the only area that was ...
... of the road were many fountain features, most of which had no water and seemed to be to left to decay. Also on the bus tour we passed the Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest’s Arc de Triomphe equivalent, this sort of structure is not an uncommen feature in European cities.
I did a full loop on the bus route before I got off. I had hope to visit a peasant museum but really didn’t think I would have enough time to ...
... our life and breaking more beet bottles we boogied the night away.
The next day we manged to make it to our final hash together. Stumbling to the start we were greeted by some Scots, Poms, Romanians and a Spaniard. It was bleak day but we hopped in a car and away we went. Fall was in full effect and the hare laid about 300 false trails. The circle was epic because they actually sang, ...
My mood darkened. Museums were just not my cup of tea. I’d tried to like them but it had proved impossible. Traipsing around exhibit after exhibit (which to be honest were usually just pots and boring things like that) didn’t fill me with merriment, and furthermore, one dedicated to Romanian peasants seemed almost too much to bear. But I had to play fair. Michael loved museums and so we followed the map towards my personal purgatory. After ...