Golden Tulip Times
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... from an ATM and went back to the museum. Inside the museum a guy started talking to us and we thought he was trying to be a guide but finally left (without asking for money). It was confusing. Then after all of that, the museum was very disappointing. There was really nothing to see and only one small sign in English. At least it was cheap! The other story I forgot happened across the street from our hotel. A girl just outside propositioned ...
... above. The clothes fit, they were reasonably priced, and I felt like a new woman walking out of there. I had the saleswoman cut off the tags to my new top, leggings, and shoes, changed into my new clothes, and proudly walked out of the store. We were still getting stares, but the stares were probably a result of people wondering why on earth anyone would travel to Bucharest at the beginning of March!
And that was a question we got asked a lot ...
... a sleepless night... we clearly are the wrong side of 30!
As for Bucharest, another whistle-stop city visit. We stayed fairly centrally in a place reminiscent of Byker Grove (it had a common room) in the old town so were well served by bars and restaurants. We took a tour of the People's Palace, which is a slightly strange place, apparently the 2nd ...
... the building and both houses of the Romanian senate sit here. There are various other offices in the building as well and even so - only 30% of the place is used and permanently occupied. The rest is hired out and used for conferences and fairs and even the EU uses part of it. Imagine three Buckingham palaces piled on top of each other, on top of a small hill in the centre of London and you've got some idea of what it looks like. Absolutely monumentally, ...
... escu’s rule. A country’s recovery from the kind of rule that Romania endured is not instantaneous. As you travel to Romania today, you will still see the Communist-era high-rise apartments in the cities. There are still problems with children being institutionalized on much too large a scale, or simply not being cared for. This is where FMN steps in, to provide hope and a future for these children and their families and to turn the tide on the abuse ...