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There was a performance, after dinner on the ship introduced as the "A Hungarian-Slovakian Evening"
There were dancers, singers and musicians from Bratislava and Budapest performing ...
... so there was a plethora of options to stop in and ask. I chose a nice looking hotel to help me find where I was going, and they had a map! I was headed in the right direction!
I arrived at Little Bucharest Hostel and quickly checked in. Sadly they didn’t take debit cards so I was cleaned out of cash that I had just exchanged at the airport. I settled in and went back to the streets with less weight on my shoulders. I went in search of an ...
... would conduct my own warm up... ...a can of becks later and only then did it dawn on me I may have to do a Paula Radcliffe and take a toilet break mid run! we began shortly after the first group of runners and the next 5k brought a lot of photographers, a lot of sun, no water station, and of course a pasting in colours! the run itself is branded as "the happiest 5k on the planet" and there not wrong there! upon crossing the finish line we were handed a card, a bag ...
... hour asking questions. One of them, inspired by our talk about the collaborative community on campus decided to recreate that collaborative community for the prospective students that had lingered. They were exchanging emails and were planning to set up a way to stay in touch and support each other through the application process. It was wonderful to witness, even if it did have me regretting my choice to wear the black pumps, as I wound up standing for close ...
... in Bucharest, but after 4 separate near-collisions with other vehicles (for which they were all to blame) and witnessing large snarls of traffic, I would be inclined to agree.
So to the train station. Easily found my carriage and seat and as the train pulled away from the station, a fellow passenger asked me (in Romanian) if he was on the right train, to Brasov. I sure hope so.
The journey was rather comfortable and dare I say ...