Golden Tulip Times
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... took 3 hours.
Arrived at the very new hotel with AC and a bar downstairs and one on the roof with a pool and umbrellas. Cold drinks downed in a hurry and then showered and changed and more drinks.
Today together with my usually soaking socks, my pants looked like I had peed them.
Spent the night at the Sky Hotel. No relation to NZ’s. So dehydrated, that both of us drank a lot of beer, yes PJ too, they have a Ciuk (pronounced Chook) ...
... the ability to understand Portuguese perfectly and Italian fairly well (though Ruxi had since gone on to become fluent in Italian, too) simply because they knew Romanian, in addition to being fluent in English.
In spite of their incredible resumes, they nearly bubbled over with pride when I let out a “merci” and a “pardon” when the waitress came to take our orders. I was only recycling my French, content in the knowledge that both words ...
Today I had an amazing breakfast on the rooftop terrace in the frosty morning air with a great view of the town. I had a nice hot shower and put on layers to start the journey.
The Cismigiu Park is truly an amazing place, I cannot express how cold it actually is here but it is so worth it! There are things here that you would only see in a fantasy movie like bridges constructed of tree branches and frozen rivers which you are allowed to ...
... and tomorrow night is the room we booked. Let's see if it all goes smoothly! After that eventual morning we went for a walk through the city to have a look around, get some lunch and organise more train tickets for Sunday. Saturday 29th - today we did a walking tour of Bucharest, our tour guide was great! There were so many people on the tour and there was a fun run on but it all worked out. We visited starvopoleus church, the old city ...
... evicted until proper ownership could be established though long drawn out court proceedings. Squatters moved in and there was zero maintenance for 30 years. Gradually, the disputes are being resolved and the buildings revitalized. They sit on pricey real estate.
The Winner of the Ugliest Statue Contest
Simone took us to the front of the Natural History Museum to show and tell us about a statue of naked ...