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... that people might poison him so no air con was installed in the building. He also would routinely arrive on site, decide he didn't like a particular room, have it demolished and a new room installed in its place, blowing out the budget further and further. They built the main opera theatre to hold 600 punters but forgot to put in the back stage so it has never been used for that purpose.
The plan was to have all the ministries and house the entire communist ...
... for about an hour. This was mainly because Kevin and I asked him how to deal with Bucharest's notorious stray dog problem.
“You're afraid of dogs?”
“No no, it's just that we had this issue in Bulgaria because they were very territorial and...”
“I have a mission for you Peter. And also for you, Kevin. By the end of your stay in Bucharest, you need to pat a dog. And let it lick your hand.”
Very soon afterwards, Kevin ...
... town to whet my exploring appetite. Apparently I am only visiting places beginning with the letter B: tomorrow I will take a trip to Bran and the famous castle. Challenge: by regular public bus (two to be specific).
Notes to self
- Master the art of plane/train/bus sleeping. I am getting close!
- Avoid strange people on trains
- Actually change the camera setting - aerial is designed for use on a plane!
... and humidity is one thing I won't miss about Bucharest. It's exactly like Houston in August except a/c is pretty nonexistent in most shops and restaurants The other thing I won't miss are the scary potholes and other random metal pipes sticking up in the middle of the sidewalks. Big hazards for tourists that aren't used to looking down when they walk. (Sandy/Vicki consider this your warning). Ashley told me to add crosswalks ...
... inspiration and nothing else to do so I cranked out this entry while flying over Croatia, Italy, and the Mediterranean Sea. The beach water down there in Genoa looks pretty nice and its currently cloudy in Barcelona. My parents and sisters will be picking me up at the airport and we’ll drive 5.5 hours to Sevilla this afternoon so everyone can meet Cristina’s parents and sister and cheese out on Spain in general. If you haven’t been, you should go. I suggest the south. ...
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