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... Mario our Program Director talk about "Growing up in Eastern Europe" The theme was similar to the information from our tour guides, who were all local to the country of the tour. I had to regain my knowledge of history because everyone spoke about the rule under the Ottoman Empire and the influence of the Hapsburgs in the Austria-Hungarian Empire. Each country had it own people, but ...
... 8217;t exactly a vampire, but he was nonetheless terrifying. It was very different from the castles we had gone to earlier in the day!
On our way back to the train station from Bran’s Castle, we stopped for dinner at an Irish pizza place. Andrei, Sorina’s brother, gave me a sip of his Coke to try because he wanted to know if it was different from American Coke; turns out, it was! It was sweeter and also had more carbonation. I also ordered a Dracula ...
... I later stayed for Kabalat Shabbat services. I am posting a photo of the inside of the synagogue found on the internet. The synagogue was practically empty, with about 15 older men plus a younger Rabbi, and about five on the women's side of the mechitza. The service was conducted by a Chazzan and assisted by a four-manned choir which stood in the balcony. Familiar traditional Ashkenazic Kabalat Shabbat tunes were used. The synagogue ...
... 8221; I answered, looking at Kevin.
“Twelve days?” he asked, looking slightly irritated. “Why are you staying in Romania so long?”
“Well, it's not that long really. I'm just interested in seeing those Transylvanian Saxon towns up north.”
But Michael and the Turkish guy didn't look too pleased with us. “I'm just ******* sick of town squares and churches. Seriously, I've already seen one in the last town! **** ...
... Victoriei, or Victory Avenue - the main street of Bucharest - we saw each of these three styles. In the period between the two world wars Bucharest was often called the "Little Paris", which is so clearly portrayed in much of the architecture. Bucharest even has its own Champs d'Elysse, which is actually a meter or so longer than the real one ...