Golden Tulip Victoria - Bucharest
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... right in the morning and get my ticket to Budapest before walking to a museum that my friend also recommended. I got a later start than I had hoped, due to the restless night’s sleep of a 12 bed shared room in a hostel. Now I remember why I don’t really enjoy that experience. Eventually I got up and out the door, found the metro but didn’t see the line I was hoping to find. I asked the lady in the booth near the station and between the two of us, ...
... an Australian guy who had arrived earlier that day, decided we would take part. I figured I was unlikely to get the opportunity again, and all for a great cause (at least I think it was for charity) we paid our entry fee, kitted up and headed into the starting area, where there was a stage for the after party. the run itself started at 5, but there was a warm up starting at 4. while most people took part in this, I decided that, being an experienced distance ...
... and, for some reason, Irish pubs. There was an obscene number of Irish pubs in Bucharest. As I strolled up and down the narrow streets I wondered how busy the place got, and how they all managed to stay in business. As I continued to stroll the quiet gave way to the ever unpleasant sound of jackhammering and other construction related noises. In 1977 a major 7.4 earthquake struck Bucharest, destroying many buildings, and killing more than 1,500. Some thirty ...
... 2km inside. In total the building is 270m x 240m and 12 storeys tall!! Even our guide said she hadn't made it to all the rooms yet. It is adorned with 1,000,000m3 of marble, 480 chandeliers (two of which each weigh over two tonnes), and 900,000m2 of wood. It also contains the largest rug on earth (as it would). In accordance with Ceausescu's decree, it was made entirely out of Romanian materials. I'd imagine that there is a giant hole ...
... them! haha and Yee-Ling seemed a little uncomfortable with them too after a while so it was good when they decided to stay behind. The poor brown dog was so torn though, his friend had stayed and he wanted to keep following us...he made the right choice in the end...SOOOO, where was I? haha, right walking around...seeing more sights...having yelled Kina? or Kinese? or Asien? to us as we walked around..ahhh it was annoying. Yes we’re ...