Golden Tulip Times
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... trains: 68
# of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 37 (Timisoreana)
# of monies found: 1.40 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian Soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 ...
... by Chausescu and is full of old buildings with cobbled streets and is the main restaurant and entertainment area. Back at the hotel,I spent the rest of the evening in conversation with a Romanian ex Naval officer who had many stories of life with Chausescu and his time in jail as a result of some failed ' business ventures' involving oil, Iraq and ex Russian military officers. All very interesting and maybe ...
... too much colour and not enough contrast, so I will have to try to describe the richness of the reds, the golds, the deep blues, the aqua greens, from floor to ceiling. The spice of incense. The ceiling covered with tiles and mosaics, with a cupola bringing in light to the candle lit dim room. The alter with its ruby red shrine. The pictures of Jesus and the Saints with the golden aura around their heads. The floor tiled with motifs. The tininess of ...
... out of my visit so I gave it a miss. Sara and I went into the Lipscani area of the city and had a few drinks at the Van Gogh Pub, eating up a bit of time before a group dinner nearby. It was happy hour while we were there and my three beers cost me 9 Lei in total, about 2 Euros. We met up with some more of our tour group for dinner at the Caru' cu Bere Restaurant. It was a folky type of restaurant serving local fair ...
A: Today was pretty fun. At first I was cranky (lack of sleep for me) didn't wanna walk or go on tours. Later we started having more fun when we hit up some shops. Then we went to the museum but turns out we might of accidentally attended/crashed a foreign dignitary's party and I wish I was dressed better. We went to the Village Museum and found some cool hand made souvenirs. And aunt Linda met a handsome doctor there. Long story short we ran outta that place after ...