Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... internet was down so she couldn't reserve our seats for us. Eventually she told us to just take the train anyway – I guess reservations are just a procedural thing.
But the train was comfortable enough. We even sung 'Dragostea Din Tei', the 2004 Moldovan/Romanian hit also known as 'the Numa Numa song', as a way of celebrating as the train trundled over the mighty Danube River. Given Romanians are supposed to hate that song, I guess we're lucky to get into Romania alive. ...
... that you can't get anywhere else. (check out my new boots) Today we also got some French pastries that they think are so good that they have a security guard inside and one outside. His job is to not let you take pixs of their food. Luckily we made it to Transylvania but darn I forgot to wear a cross or bring garlic. So if I get bitten by a vampire then Dylan I'm sorry but that means I will have more energy to drive you insane. ...
Today was our first actual out-of-airport Europe test, and it was quite the learning experience! After finally getting to our hotel in Otopeni (just outside Bucharest, thanks to my in-laws for our first night's accomodation) at 12:30am, we had been up for 32 hours with only a few naps on our way. We loaded up on the continental breakfast the next morning and were off to figure out Bucharest's bus system to the city core. Our first job was to ...
... was time to pay them a visit.
The fist night we arrived was basically our last time to party properly before Skinny McPotbelly and the Polish Puncher had to head home. We met up with Magdalena (friend from Big Sky) and she showed us around the old town. We wondered around in true European fashion checking out churches, cozy cafes and cobblestone pathways. Compared to Sofia, ...
I'm doing THIS for the first time.
No, not the group thing, not the stress, but the TravelPOD constant updating, as I reach the check-points during my route.
Since this laptop is just junk, I'll be able to have my next comment only in Sfantu Gheorghe, at the Green Village Resort, while being connected to a plug. This laptops' battery has an average battery lifespan of zero. I think a Aston Martin Vantage has a better lasting ...
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