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... we were yesterday) offers some of the prettiest countryside in Romania. As we near the capital city, the roads improve, but public restroom facilities deteriorate.
*In Bucuresti we are staying in the Intercontinental Hotel – one of the few to offer secure parking in the downtown area. We are spending all the ‘points’ we have accumulated by using certain credit cards. If motorway restrooms are a barometer of standards, ...
... and the good health with which God has graced me. And sometimes my gratitude comes from the stark realization that people all over the world are living in abject poverty yet find a reason to get up in the morning and smile. Today was one of those days. After a morning coffee stop at a small market on the outskirts of a small Gypsy village, we rode through the only street in town. It was paved, but covered in horse dung ...
... cake (complete with fireworks) and card - organized superbly by Darina (thank you SOO much - it was PERFECT!) - apparently the logistics of having cake from an external source in a restaurant is harder in some restaurants than others - this particular one required a certificate from the bakery stating that the cake was fit for consumption before allowing it. I will never complain about cake-age again! Birthday drinkies followed, and back at the hotel. Sleep-in tomorrow I think ...
I didn't feel like doing a whole lot, but I wandered around the Old Town some more (which, by the way, was completely under construction! I swear 80% of Old Town is a giant construction zone. I had the fun experience of walking down planks to go over a giant hole in the ground), then got some lunch. While I dined I used the cafe's free wi-fi and found the "top 10 things to see in Bucharest" and found directions to see the Curtea Veche, the "Old Princely ...
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It takes about one and a half days to make the soup. It is not an easy task by any means but if you stick to the instructions, paradise awaits your tongue.
You will need as ingredients:
1 kg tripe
1 tsp baking soda
2 kg veal bones with cartilages
6-8 large garlic cloves
1 large lemon
2 large onions
2 large ...