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... be an early night. Shortly after I return to my hostel I run into a couple of people from Veliko and we catch up til late into the night.
I over sleep in the morning and have to rush out of bed to get to the walking tour. We are all running late but fortunately they haven't left the first stop yet so we easily find the group. I have really enjoyed the walking tours I have done so far and I am sure this one was very informative. My head just wasn't in it ...
... Aside from that, we hardly knew each other and hadn’t seen each other in months. Though I felt reasonably confident that she was a student and not a serial killer, I did worry that we might not recognize each other easily without our McDonald’s ball caps and summer tans. Luckily, I saw her almost immediately after getting off the train, peering anxiously somewhere behind me at the flood of passengers disembarking farther down. We knew each other so little that I ...
Just like any other dangerous activities I needed to have an induction with my guide, it covers any risks that I could be exposed to during the day. This is imperative that students take note of how important it is to follow the instructions given.
Wow, you would never believe something like this existed until you see it for yourself. It has an aura of Mystery.
... do. The feeling of being trapped inside muddy and heavy shoes is all I can recall about it. How I hated feeling trapped! Cold forced me to keep the shoes on my feet. Breaking free of shoes, like I used to do in the summertime, was not an option, instead I dragged all that heaviness with me wherever I went... Later on, when not even the Sun could unfreeze the land, my November shoes felt to me light again but always hiding too ...
... umbrella and plenty of sunscreen in anticipation. We met Simone, our 20 something guide under the clock tower at Union Square.
First Stop, Palace of the Parliament
Under the Ceaușescu regime, they cleared an estimated five kilometer long by one kilometer wide swath of Bucharest to make way for new modern buildings and monuments to socialist superiority. Having been though the destruction of two ...