Hotel Relax Comfort Suites
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Bucharest. A slow start to the day, washing, and going for a walk. A long walk past the Parliament, wide avenues, shopping centre and restaurants.
Decided on an easy dinner in and a couple of drinks, which was enough to send Pj to bed early.
I went out and took photos about 10pm. The city was heaving with people and it was still very warm. After a vigorous walk about, lots of photos, home shower bed.
... and though we could see some instances where that was true, this city really has some fantastic individual examples of architecture you would expect to see in a city like Paris, not here. Perhaps the beautiful architecture has always been here, or perhaps it was only recently restored - either way, it doesn't matter, as Bucharest made for a great conclusion to our trip.
Having had the fortune to meet Alex and his family at ...
... zone. We got directions, and walked to 'OLD TOWN'. Not a whole lot going on there. It's drizzling rain here today, but the temp is nice,....maybe 60*. A lot of the city looks old and run down, bit there sprinkled all around are magnificent buildings with amazing architecture. We opted to eat at a restaurant called 'Sinbads'. It seemed much more Turkish than Romanian. The food was pretty good. I had beef stroganoff, which was about $13.00. We also ordered a HUGE bread, ...
... on it even made me feel very powerful! I imagine that anyone with real power must feel incredible! Despite the tour lasting almost an hour and a half, we still only saw 8% of the building.
The whole area was redeveloped after 12% of the city was demolished, and it now looks absolutely stunning. With many fountains and beautifully landscaped boulevards. However one thing was immediately clear...it was ...
... Tomas to return to the city. We spent the evening drinking in the Old Town and later in our shared dormitory room, laughing and joking.
Our final days were spent shopping, sheltering from some British-style weather and, on our final evening, joining a free guided tour of the city. Perhaps the smart thing to do would have been to do this tour at the beginning of our travels. Well, perhaps, yes. But ...