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... before, but dinner gave us more of an opportunity to learn more.
Late that night we went under a bridge that had bright lights.
About 1:30 am I was awakened by some sounds and went our on our veranda and found that we were in the first of two locks
... since Sorina and I had a train at 8:20 am the next day, we ended up getting only three hours of sleep for that banana bread. Even in retrospect, it was totally worth it.
The next morning, we dragged ourselves out of bed. It was early, but it was castle day! We got on a train to Sorina’s hometown, where we were met by her father and fifteen-year-old brother. Her father didn’t speak English, but her brother did; between us, we were all able to ...
... Europe look exactly the same as the European packaged products sold in Israel.
Later, I took the metro to Piața Unirii (Union Square). The metro was very clean, modern, and efficient. Once again, only a minimum of a two-way fare could be purchased for 4 Lei (about $1.25).
Once at Piața Unirii, I attempted to look for the Templul Coral, one of the main synagogues in Bucharest. What was supposed to be ...
... a long rant about how he was sick of travelling, how he's been floating around Europe for three years, working illegally on a fishing trawler in Norway. We asked him if he enjoyed Bucharest.
“I haven't even seen the ******* place, I've ****** up my knee so I've seen **** all!' he explained. He was a peculiar Aussie; not the usual hippy-variety that you usually see in offbeat locations like Romania, but more the type who you'd find playing pool in a suburban pub. Soon he was ...
... the palace. Casa Poporului is the second largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States. The palace exhibits grandeur and power; all of which I'm sure Ceauşescu was looking to display with his Palace to his people, as well as to the world. However, it is rather sad how Ceauşescu spent millions ...