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Quite a different city to how I imagined. I expected masses of people (gypsies) and for it to be really busy. Also more run down ( not sure why )
Instead I found a city with ************e around and wide open streets and lots of imposing buildings - all relatively new. No real character apart from being BIG.
I did like the wide open streets though, and the parks. The only downside was the distances to walk anywhere. It is quite spread out ...
... people who are more lost than you are and most of the time, they will give you the wrong directions. Really. And you have something they don’t: a map. And besides, allow yourself to get lost a bit. It is how you get surprised and it forces you to adapt and to really learn the terrain. Columbus got to the Americas by getting lost. No discovery without work.
5) Never take a ...
... not really much else to say about Bucharest. It's a normal city.
I got my train from Bucharest to Sofia and had another nightmare trip. The train showed up 30 minutes late I bought my ticket yesterday for a sleeper and apparently they ran out of sleeper births and told me to sit in a seat. This was complete ********* as they left the lights on all night and I barely got any sleep. The train showed up in Sofia more than ...
... the front the building was symmetric about its center – very pleasing to look at.
Our next stop was at the Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest. “From the architectonic point of view, the Cathedral is justly considered one of the most valuable and characteristic historical monument of Wallachian religious art of the 17th century.” Wallachia is the southern region of Romania. The interior of the cathedral ...
... around and getting lost in some residential area...we gave up. Sooo tired walking back...I barely had time to brush my teeth before collapsing into bed.
Left this afternoon for Velicho Tarnovo in Bulgaria...6 hour train ride!! AHHHH. But yeah, Bucharest has been a lot of fun (it’s always fun with locals haha) and despite the dog poo, the staring people (com’on, there’s gotta be other asians around Romania) and dirty dirty streets
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed