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... but also a lot of new money regenerating the city. The hostel only had one main reception/social room so there was always some around to chat to too, after chatting to Sam we decide to go out for a bit to teat. We directed where to go by the receptionist and he also wrote down there local dishes. As Sam was very keen to try the local food we had three courses which was a bit of a struggle to finish as I had only been twice a day and only one course.
... by plane, and after it joined the EU. Passport checks went smoothly and a friend was there to pick us up. Nothing much done on the first day except exploring the neighborhood and a small dinner. Good news for the smokers: Smoking is allowed in restaurants.
The main place for entertainment is the old city. Many bars restaurants and night clubs. First night we went to eat at the place ...
... available on the table. Plus, everyone likes chicken and chips, even if it isn't what I wanted!
After dinner, I went for a bit of a walk to try and make the most of my short time in Bucharest, but it was so dead in the city centre, that I soon decided to cut my losses and have a quiet night at the hostel. At least that way, I would be able to get an early start on Saturday to do a bit of sightseeing before I met Kim at the train station.
... it too. The building was designed by the French architect Albert Galleron, and dedicated to art and science. The inside is quite ornate. My personal tour guide walked me around and pointed things out to me in Romanian and broken English. He then led me up some stairs. And some more stairs. I had thought he was bringing me to a balcony that would overlook the beautiful foyer. So, imagine my utter amazement when he walked me into a stunning concert hall. It is ...
... airport, then at the bus stop, then follow us on the bus and give us commentary on our bus trip. It dawned on us that he would ask for money so we swiftly declined any more help and walked away as fast as we could with our giant backpacks. It was right then that we got lost.
After about an hour of walking and seeking advice from a local travel agent, we finally found the hostel we had planned to stay at. There were no signs, no lights and a lot of cats ...