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... honoring the visit of distinguished France guest, Grigore Capsa created a chocolate cake with a cylindrical shape that suggests the French military helmets. And because of the Marshall diabetes, the master confectioner educated in Paris, prepared a cake not too small or too large , only good to be consumed without any risk by the honored guest. The cake, which was named after Marshall's name, was made from butter, sugar, eggs, flour, flavors and ...
... II. The granite sculpture was the work of Remus Botarro and was inaugurated in 2002.
The Palace that sits at the head of the park is named Kretzulescu and was designed by architect Petre Antonescue and was constructed in 1902. This Palace was initially the residence of Princess Elena Kretculescu, hence the name, and since 1972 has been the office of UNESCO the Center for Higher Learning. ...
... Romania. The tour finally kicks off and I learned a lot of Romanian history. I was amazed at the architecture of the city. The fact that a lot of the Romanian history is fairly new was interesting. The country was a communist country until 1989. Some of the countries history such as the revolution has not actually been documented properly so I only got what my tour ...
... of Bucharest arriving by road from the south is not good. Rows upon rows of Communist era concrete tower blocks, most looking like they have not had much work done since then. The blocks all look full and bursting with life but sadly look a little neglected.
Once you get past these and arrive in the centre of Bucharest I was surprised how big the roads are right in the centre of town. The main centre square is a big jumble ...
... or Americans. They won’t quit talking. They bring the aura of Crescent Street around them to every place they go, killing any experience different from anything back home. Listen. Especially for the first few days. Try to see how people, move, how they talk, what the manners are. Introduce yourself slowly. The miracle of human difference and ingenuity will then reveal itself in ...