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... why but the guide had humour which was good. The huge reception rooms were all sorts of marble, and countless chandeliers. We all felt that this building was the most amazing building we had seen and that included Peterhof in St Petersburg.
Had a farewell dinner tonight at the Caru cu Bere, in other words, Beer Wagon. Still raining lightly, fingers crossed it will be better tomorrow as we start with a new guide to travel into Bulgaria.
... who help provide love and shelter for the many, many children that are in Romanian Orphanages........take a minute and READ it,....it's interesting stuff! Understanding Romania – Romania under the rule of Communist Dictators Whether your interest about Romania has been sparked from a recent trip, or if you are still planning a trip, we hope that you will take a moment to consider the culture and history of Romania. Each month we will have a ...
... Tomas to return to the city. We spent the evening drinking in the Old Town and later in our shared dormitory room, laughing and joking.
Our final days were spent shopping, sheltering from some British-style weather and, on our final evening, joining a free guided tour of the city. Perhaps the smart thing to do would have been to do this tour at the beginning of our travels. Well, perhaps, yes. But ...
... building (after the US Pentagon), and was built by Ceausescu in 1984, and cost an estimated 3.3 billion euros, but is considered a white elephant today. From here, walk to the old Princely Court Museum (placed on top of the ruins of the Princely Palace) and the Old Princely Court Church built during the 14th century, which became a princely residence under the rule of Vlad III Dracula during the 15th century, then across the road ...
... of the cities’ main street. South of the square lies the old historic city center, followed by Ceausescu’s monstrous “Centru Civic”.
The masterpiece of this Civic Center is the Palace of Parliament. This is a multi-purpose building containing both chambers of the Romanian Parliament. Built to impress, it is the world’s largest civilian administration building, the most expensive ...