Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... said "three", so I don't know why he bothered asking in the first place. I would have been fine with two. Three was way too much.
One of the most novel things about the patio at Vatra is their cooling system. They have rigged small hoses across the top of the patio covering to spritz cool water every 10 minutes or so. Just enough that you feel refreshed, and not wet. So clever.
Sufficiently full, I decided to take a walk through Cismigiu Gardens ...
Paula Abdul's Opposites Attract plays on Romanian MTV in this Bucharest apartment. I'm lounging on the same Ikea couch I have in SF, still recovering from the plane trip. I always forget how intense jet lag can be and am still groggy from my nap. Is it a nap if it's 4 hours long?
I was met at the airport by Stelian, Romania's Ray Romano, who drove me through town to a block of a gray building ringed in Coca Cola ads. The front door is tucked behind a ...
... are what we eat. Angels don't really eat, they just pretend to. On a symbolic level, we are the slaughtered animal or the distressed plant which finds itself harvested and passed through fire; we do become one with the martyr-matter which gains power through sacrifice... It would be a pity to leave right now. Rest for awhile and cool down here, in the familiar space of an urban kitchen filled with home-made books. Take your time, look around, read if you wish, and you will understand ...
... same street for miles as it curved through the city towards Herăstrău Park, where Anca and I planned on meeting. Bucharest has bike lanes, but they aren’t consistent, which makes for an interesting ride. I explored the park for a few minutes and then met up with Anca. We returned the bike to a rental stand in the park, got on the metro, and then emerged in the city center to begin her walking tour of Bucharest.
We began the tour at ...
... Once eaten, each person is responsible for washing their dishes and waving them around in the air until dry. The cook group clears up everything else. The washing facilities only amount to three bowls of hot/warm water. It took a good 15 minutes for me to clean the porridge pan.
Nine o'clock saw us setting off to see 'The Castle'. I had decided yesterday that I wasn't going to do this 'tick'. Just looking at the tat on sale on the stalls around ...
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