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... turning to their autumn colours. We thought we saw a black bear but on closer inspection it was only an old dog lumbering along. A visit inside the summer residence of the Kings of Romania was not possible due to the winter timetable commencing that day but a stroll through some of the beautiful gardens was a peaceful end to a long day. We had a wet drive to Bucharest but it didn't stop us from visiting ...
... as a reformist, Ceauşescu was not good news for his country. Ceauşescu turned a moderately prosperous nation into one at the brink of starvation. In order to repay a 10 billion dollar national debt, he ransacked the Romanian economy of everything that could be exported, leaving the country economically devastated. The already existing collective farms helped with this. Food rationing was introduced on wide-scale throughout the country. Bread, ...
After a 2.5 hour flight on a smaller airplane from Amsterdam, I landed in Bucharest, the capital of Romania, where I usually get picked up and driven back 350 km southwest to my family's home city of Drobeta Turnu-Severin. I've never really visited the actual capital city of Bucharest more than for a few minutes as we just drive through it..but I have a plan in a few weeks to come back and visit here ...
... alarm for 5.30pm, as we want to do the 6pm free walking tour of the town, which has been HIGHLY recommended on Trip Advisor. We could do it tomorrow night, but we want to do it first, then spend tomorrow seeing what we’ve missed.
Set off in the blazing heat, which is made worse because we’ve just come from an Australian winter to 32 degrees. We find the enormous fountain along Bulevardul Unirii in front of the Palace of Parliament, but ...
... Planet describes it as "locals hate it and travellers leave shell-shocked after a couple of days". Great. So naturally this made us even more determined to go!
The three main things everyone had warned us about were stray dogs (as if we hadn't encountered enough of them in Romania as it was), pickpockets and the heat. Couldn't be too bad right? Erm.
We arrived at about 9.30pm, which wasn't ideal but we'd ...