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I went to Belogradchik to see the rock formations and Fortress. I should begin by saying that I forgot the camera and had to use my cell phone, but I do not know how to download the pictures. The tour bus took us past a large area old ...
... Halfway through all of these delights, our very Romanian pizza arrived, topped with salmon and tuna. (It is also customary to top pizzas in Europe with corn, but not usually when you have fish on it.) We each managed to each a slice or two before threatening to bust open. And once again, we were supposed to go out dancing, this time with a different set of friends! Those train meals were not a joke. After talking about taking power naps, we got dressed and headed out to ...
... I entered the dark communist-era building and walked up to the second floor. When I entered the office, I encountered a bright and modern real estate office. It turns out that the Interland real estate company owns several apartments that they rent out through booking.com. I had requested a late check out (for 10:30 PM the following day), and they agreed with the condition that I give them a good review on booking.com. I paid 92 Lei ...
... is that, after so many years, Romania and Bulgaria have only only one main bridge crossing the Danube River. This meant that historically, neither city has been very interested in interacting with each other. Successful cities such as Budapest, Belgrade, Vienna and Bratislava are all built along this huge, long river, to assure ease of trade. But neither Romania or Bulgaria have bothered to build cities along the Danube. During the Communist times, Stalin forced them to build ...
... for a couple of days before I head to Zagreb and then back into Germany for mrathon number 6 in Munich. I am going to be honest, my feat hate me, I think if they could detach themselves and swap with someone else they would happily (adverb) do so.
I mentioned earlier that I had been thinking about you guys a lot today, and there are several reasons why.
Year 6 remember we completed a ...