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... an 1866 coup d'état, Cuza was exiled and replaced by Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, who became known as Prince Carol of Romania. He was appointed Domnitor - Ruling Prince of the United Principality of Romania, as Prince Carol of Romania.
Romania declared its independence from the ...
... and a coffee and off we went by Metro again to the Peasant's museum, which was a nice little museum.
We then took another Metro ride to an area near the Triumph Arch and then took a freezing walk through Herastrau park.
Back in the hotel, lounging and having some pre-dinner food, soon off to do some shopping at a department store and say "La revedere" to Bucharest.
Tomorrow at noon we're scheduled to fly back home. ...
... and Brasov seemed to be a good choice. I think we confused the lady at the ticket counter though because there was supposed to be a fee for the tickets and she gave them to us for free. Holler! We took the tickets, said thank you and ran away before she could make us pay.
Next up, the largest park in the city of course. We were thinking about renaming the blog: Johnny and Amber explore parks and grocery stores around the world. Those seem to ...
... this gem of a restaurant.
Somehow, and I am not entirely clear how, I mustered the strength to work for another two hours when I got back to the room and finished that massive project that had been hanging over me.
In lieu of an early morning trip to the hotel gym, I opted for a run through Cismigiu Gardens. After my run I had hoped to find a cute cafe to grab a quick breakfast before my flight, but ...
... conveniently right on the bike route.
Hurray, a Billa Market
After a short rest, we biked a kilometer to a Lidl Market. Since it lacked a deli, we continued on to the Bila market. It is great to have choices in this town. Most villages we pass through have nothing more than a small market with places to sit and meet your neighbor for a beer.
We thought we had seen enough of this town, and ...